After graduating from Stanford University in 2014, Elizabeth spent two years teaching middle school biology at a private school in San Jose, CA. Towards the end of those two years, she decided that she wanted to pursue a career in nursing and needed a more temperate job while she completed prerequisites. Elizabeth spent a year at 23andMe, a direct to consumer genetics company, working in customer service. In May of 2018, she started an accelerated nursing program at Emory University. Elizabeth received her bachelors in nursing in August of 2019 and started her masters in nursing that same month. She is currently specializing in Primary Care Pediatrics and is projected to graduate in December 2020. When she is not in school, she volunteers at a homeless clinic that serves the metro Atlanta area and she works as a night nurse to help newborns get on a sleeping/feeding schedule. Elizabeth was born and raised on the Navajo Reservation, and uses baking as a way to destress after a long day, and enjoys anything that allows her to be outside.