Senior Program Associate
Global Economic Opportunity
Elizabeth’s career has focused on international philanthropy, with specific interest in the role of private funding in development. She is currently Coordinator for the Levi Strauss Foundation. In this role, Elizabeth supports the Foundation’s international grant making in four areas: confronting HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination, advancing worker rights in the apparel industry, helping low-income people save and invest in their futures, and advancing social justice. She began her career in Washington, DC at a foundation supporting the United Nations and its causes. She serves on the Steering Committee of the Bay Area chapter of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy. Elizabeth graduated magna cum laude from George Washington University-Elliott School of International Affairs with concentrations in Conflict & Security and Latin American Studies. She is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Brazil.