Liz received her nursing degree from Georgetown University. Then she worked in the hospital setting focusing her care on patients with heart and vascular disease. She had a particular interest in health promotion, disease prevention, and community health.
Later in her career, Liz earned a Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in health policy from Johns Hopkins University. She used this experience working on Capitol Hill at an advocacy group specializing on issues affecting women and families.
Liz continues to care for patients in the community by focusing her efforts on home health where she has worked closely with both the skilled and personal care arenas. Her specialty in geriatric care management allows her to use her unique skill set and holistic approach to advocate and care for her clients.