Elisabeth received her Master of Public Health from New York Medical College and Bachelor of Business Administration from Monroe College. In her free time, she volunteers as Director of Social Service at a local community soup kitchen and advocates for individuals with mental health. She is also a member of the Florida Public Health Association and serves on several task forces as a Health Equity expert.
Elisabeth worked as Minority Health/Health Equity Coordinator at Florida State Department of Health, where she communicated the needs of community members into action plans and created partnerships with community-based organizations to connect women to services and bridge the gap in care. Prior to this,
Elisabeth worked at Northwest Behavioral Health, Columbia University, CAMBA-Maternal Infant Health, and other health-focused organizations.