2020 Summer Research Associate
Elizabeth is a first year Master of Theological Studies student at Harvard Divinity School concentrating in Religion, Ethics, and Politics. In pursuit of her M.T.S., Elizabeth is committed to examining the historic and ongoing relationship between faith communities and social justice movements in the United States, with a particular interest in the issues of migrant justice, racial justice, economic inequality, and labor rights. Before studying at Harvard and working at the Pluralism Project, Elizabeth worked as an English teaching fellow with the French Ministry of Education in the banlieue of Paris and as a communications organizer and content creator for Community Change’s immigrant rights organization Fair Immigration Reform Movement. Elizabeth graduated from Williams College in 2019 with a B.A. in History and a certificate in French.