Elizabeth came to Tallahassee in 2009 as a freshman at Florida State University. During her time as an undergraduate she was a research assistant for the Florida Department of Transportation, volunteered as a mentor for Leon County Schools, and served as her sorority’s president. She began working in the Dean’s Office after her graduation in 2013.
Oversees College–wide processes related to Human Resources and Faculty Development and Advancement including Promotion and Tenure activities, Specialized Faculty promotions, and adjunct evaluations. Serves as the Time and Labor representative for the Office of the Dean. Tracks and maintains faculty and staff rate allocation reports, faculty position status reports, and other rate reversion issues.
Bachelor of Science, Psychology and Family and Child Sciences. Florida State University. 2013
Master of Business Administration, Florida State University. 2017