Elizabeth has been a board member since 2007, and is a passionate advocate for children and organized labor. As a social worker and elected member of SEIU 535 Executive Board, she champions better working conditions for social workers and nurses. She serves as a member of the Compton Community College District Foundation Board of Directors, which provides our local students with scholarships, utilizing her wit and tenacity to advocate for poor and indigent students who are desirous of attending college. She is a proud graduate of Compton High School, Compton Community College and California State University, Dominguez Hills where she majored in psychology and sociology. She also possesses credentials in drug and alcohol mitigation counseling. Elizabeth is active in many community and civic organizations. As a member of the City of Compton’s Commission on the Status of Women, Elizabeth is intricately involved in fundraising efforts and their highly acclaimed mentoring program. Familiar with the educational challenges facing our area, she looks forward to a more active role as the CHSAA moves forward with executing and objectives. Elizabeth has two children and one grandchild.