Growing up in DC, college in New York during 9/11,law school at Howard University, and working in the DC Charter School Movement left Liz wanting to attack pervasive problems that plague the country head on.
That is why Liz
spent the last decade in partisan politics as an organizer, campaign manager, and candidate in DC and Maryland. Her journey took her from liberal to conservative, and within two years of joining the Republican Party, primary voters nominated her to Congress making her the firstwoman of African descent nominated by the GOPand first American of Asian descent nominated byeither major party in Maryland history. Through hercampaigns, 101,033 voters chose Liz to representthem through eight separate jurisdictions.
Now, Liz has widened her gaze to coach other gamechanging candidates run for office and to speak onpersonal development strategies that have helpedher through adversity, ambition, and remainingauthentic.