Elizabeth is a current Cheverly council member with extensive experience in legislation and community advocacy. She earned a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Michigan and spent several years working for Senator Carl Levin. She worked on Medicaid at the federal and state level. During her time on the council, she has worked to address the town’s feral cat situation, supported accessible playgrounds, and pushed for greater transparency and communication from the council. If elected mayor, she will continue working hard to serve the community and make it a place where everyone can feel at home.