Elizabeth works as a Senior Analyst with Mission Throttle’s Advisory Practice. With Mission Throttle, she has been able to work with organizations across Michigan in a variety of sectors including early childhood education, workforce development, food justice, community advocacy, green infrastructure, and youth development and education. She supports the team in all facets of client engagements, with a particular expertise in financial analysis.
Prior to joining Mission Throttle, Elizabeth worked as a financial analyst for an alternative investment firm in Chicago focused on hedge fund investments, during which time she developed her analytical skills, investor relations competency, and passion for impact investing.
Elizabeth graduated from the University of Notre Dame where she obtained her B.B.A. in Finance and Economics, summa cum laude. Elizabeth is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society and was selected as a Hamilton Award recipient given annually to four finance graduates with especially high academic credentials. Additionally, Elizabeth was chosen to participate in the competitive and rigorous Applied Investment Management course, in which students manage an active portfolio of equities from an allocation from the university’s endowment.
During college, Elizabeth was a participant, captain, and president of Notre Dame’s women’s boxing program, Baraka Bouts. In addition to the athletic commitment, women in the Baraka Bouts program raise money and awareness for Holy Cross Missions in East Africa. During her time as president, Elizabeth conceptualized and executed a new fundraiser that increased total donations by 50% to help fund the construction of a new dormitory for a secondary school in Uganda. She has continued to foster her love of boxing while in Detroit through the Downtown Boxing Gym’s youth program, where she volunteers as a tutor and coach.