Elizabeth leads business development for DOT, supporting multisectoral partnerships and funding growth for the DOT network. A passionate advocate for community-led development and gender equality, Elizabeth has worked for community organizations in Canada and abroad. Since joining DOT in 2011, she has worked to build innovative partnerships with key stakeholders in support of DOT’s work to empower young people and transform communities. She also contributes to DOT’s broader work in gender equality, strategic planning and communications.
She has an undergraduate degree in international studies from the University of Ottawa and a master’s degree in international political economy from the University of Kent.