VP of Education Strategy, Center for Childgood Creativity
Elizabeth is Director of the Center for Childhood Creativity, a research institute of the Bay Area Discovery Museum. Prior to joining the Museum and Center leadership, Elizabeth worked as a teacher, principal and executive director in public schools focused on developing the whole child. She holds a B.A. from Brown University, teaching and administrative credentials from Mills College and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Mills College. She is the mother of two young creators and serves on numerous boards and councils looking at the role of quality early education for all children.