Elizabeth brings a background in health policy, research, and communications with a focus on promoting access to care.
Prior to Reservoir, Elizabeth worked at Avalere supporting policy projects. Her work centered on federal drug pricing and healthcare reform, as well as vaccines. As an undergraduate student, Elizabeth worked as a research assistant at the Duke Margolis Institute for Health Policy where she investigated challenges with global access to hearing loss healthcare and opportunities for policymakers to address access barriers. While in college, Elizabeth also interned with Family Planning 2030 at the United Nations Foundation, where she primarily supported the Communications team and Advocacy and Partnerships team. Elizabeth has also gained advocacy experience through involvement with Partners in Health, an international nonprofit promoting healthcare in low-resourced settings. Through these experiences, Elizabeth has cultivated a passion for work at the intersection of health policy, advocacy, and communications.
Elizabeth holds a B.S. in Neuroscience and Global Health, with a minor in Chemistry, from Duke University.