Elizabeth is director of programs at Perigee fund, a Seattle-based national philanthropic organization. At Perigee, she advances prenatal-to-3 mental health through health systems, policy advocacy, birth equity, and practice change. Internally, she provides leadership to the program team and facilitates Perigee’s equity journey and organizational communications. It has been her honor to serve others through philanthropy for over 15 years. At St. David’s Foundation she directed community investments to improve reproductive equity for people affected by gender, racial, and economic injustice in Central Texas. At the Connecticut Health Foundation she led policy, communications, and leadership initiatives for health equity.
She has volunteered as an appointed commissioner serving the City of Austin’s Asian American Quality of Life Commission, and with an AAPI advocacy group working for more representation and voice in Connecticut government. She has been involved with APIAHF since 2014.
She holds an ScM from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and an AB from Smith College. Her most cherished role is mother.