About Elizabeth

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Elizabeth (she/her) is an education civil rights attorney at the National Women’s Law Center, where she focuses on ending sex-based harassment (including sexual assault and dating violence) in schools through know-your-rights education for students and families; policy advocacy at the federal, state, and school district levels; and litigation on behalf of student survivors against their schools and against the federal government. Before joining NWLC, she interned at the American Civil Liberties Union and the U.S. Senate and worked at Apne Aap Women’s Collective, an organization serving sex workers and their children in Mumbai, India.  Elizabeth served as the former chair of NWLC United’s bargaining committee and led her union to its first contract with NWLC. Outside of work, she has served as a legal observer with the National Lawyers Guild and a community organizer with several socialist and abolitionist organizations in DC to defund the police, create non-carceral safety responses, and support residents harmed by immigration detention. Elizabeth received her JD from the University of Pennsylvania and her BA from Harvard College.