Elizabeth was born and raised in New Mexico. She attended the University of New Mexico for her bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences. She obtained her master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Armstrong State University in Savannah, GA. She worked in the school system in Georgia serving elementary, preschool, and homebound children. She also gained experience with a private practice seeing children at preschools, in their homes, and in a clinic setting. Elizabeth and her husband moved to Alaska in May 2018 and live in Eagle River with their dog, Duke. She enjoys working with FOCUS and serving families in our community.