Liz is a qualitative and mixed methods data analyst at the Evaluation Center. She collaborates with various Center projects on the development of qualitative data collection tools and strategies, facilitating qualitative interviews and focus groups, and analyzing data through qualitative and mixed methods methodologies. She brings an extensive background in thematic analysis, field data collection, and patient advocacy to her work.
Prior to joining the Evaluation Center, Liz worked as a research coordinator at WU School of Medicine, first in the Division of Public Health Sciences and later in the Bioethics Research Center. In these roles, she focused on qualitative research methodologies, training, and capacity building around qualitative data collection and analysis.
In her rare free time, Liz enjoys traveling, reading, attending live music shows and theatre performances, volunteering with local community organization boards, and spending time with her dogs.