Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theater performance and a Master of Education in clinical mental health from Ohio University. She has taught movement arts for fifteen years in both studio and classroom settings, specializing in dance, movement fundamentals, improvisation, yoga asana, mindfulness, mask and puppetry, and interdisciplinary creative arts. Prior to graduate school, Elizabeth was a Fulbright Fellow studying folk dance in the Republic of Georgia. Her clinical work post-graduate studies supported early childhood families.
After moving to Richmond with her young family, Elizabeth was drawn to the developmental and holistic approach of whole-child education at RWS. She joined RWS in Fall 2022 and is ecstatic to be part of this community which values movement, play, and the creative arts as integral to personal and collective well-being.