A dedicated marketing and communications professional, Liz has more than a decade of work in content development, market research, and customer service across private and public institutions.
For GSS, Liz manages the globalsupport.harvard.edu and harvardglobal.org websites, oversees the department’s communications strategy, and leads the development of in-person and online trainings for Harvard’s international travelers and project administrators. She works closely with subject-matter experts to create, write, and design content that promotes GSS services and educates travelers and clients on a range of complex global topics.
Before joining GSS in 2014, Liz spent seven years in the Office of Communications and Marketing at Harvard’s Division of Continuing Education. There, she conducted market research to inform the Division’s programmatic offerings and marketing strategy, established the Division’s social media strategy, developed and managed annual information sessions, and contributed to the Division's web properties as an editor and blogger.
Liz holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Providence College, where she also spent a semester studying in London before living and working in New Zealand for a year. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in international higher education and intercultural relations at Lesley University. Outside of work and school, Liz enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, and rooting for the Red Sox, Celtics, and Patriots.
Favorite City: Venice, Italy
Number of Countries Lived in or Visited: 16