Director of Development, Knowbility
Elizabeth has more than 16-years’ of success creating comprehensive fundraising strategies for social service organizations. Her innovative approach to fundraising has consistently produced dramatic revenue increases and, therefore, increased service capacity for every organization she has served. Elizabeth has a passionate and longstanding commitment to community service and economic development. As Adjunct Professor at Southern New Hampshire University’s School of Business she taught courses in economic policy for community development along with leadership and management skills. Elizabeth is also marketing expert whose strategies, including a global strategy for the World Wide Hearing Foundation International in Montreal, have generated essential financial support for services to people with disabilities. Before joining Knowbility, Elizabeth directed fundraising and managed the annual fund for a nonprofit dedicated to enriching the lives of children with disabilities, serious illness or chronic medical conditions. Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Thomas University; she also earned a Master of Arts Degree in Nonprofit Management from High Point University.