Elizabeth is a dedicated individual who wears many hats in her daily life. She is a loving mother to three boys, a passionate honey beekeeper, and the supportive wife of a US Army veteran. On top of all that, she is deeply involved in her community as a dedicated advocate.
Elizabeth has a strong background in community service, having served as the Secretary of the Artists Alliance of the Triangle and the President of MOMs Club of FV-HS. Additionally, she previously ran as a candidate for NC House District 37, showcasing her commitment to making a positive impact on her community.
When she's not actively engaged in community work, Elizabeth spends her time working part-time as a hostess at a popular breakfast restaurant in town. This allows her to connect with people from all walks of life and brings a unique perspective to her endeavors.
Elizabeth's personal journey has shaped her views and fueled her desire to help others. Growing up on a small family farm in Poulbso, Washington, she understands the values and perspectives of a conservative upbringing, but has evolved to embrace a progressive mindset. Her experiences, including being a childhood sexual abuse survivor, have made her a resilient and tireless advocate for those in need.
Elizabeth is deeply invested in the well-being of her community and actively participates in Fuquay-Varina town hall meetings, attending both in-person and online sessions since April 2020. With a focus on smart growth, affordable housing, and securing federal and state funding for necessary infrastructure improvements, she is determined to make a difference.
With her diverse background and unwavering dedication, Elizabeth is a formidable force for positive change in her community.