I’m a 24-year-old thriving in Ann Arbor, Michigan as an Event Promotions Coordinator for the University of Michigan and as a barre instructor for The Barre Code.

I am a philanthropist, college sports fan, child health advocate, social media guru, self-proclaimed baker, volunteer, and daughter of the King.

I graduated from West Virginia University as an Outstanding Public Relations Senior in May 2013. During my undergrad career, I worked as a social media/market research intern for WVU University Relations, a residential assistant for WVU Residential Education, a teaching assistant for various public relations courses, the president and founder of WVU Wishmakers on Campus, the Don Yaeger Book Project Coordinator for Make-A-Wish America, and a public relations intern for Make-A-Wish of Northern West Virginia. I am also proud intern alumni of Make-A-Wish America.

I believe if you define your dreams and set your goals the only thing that can stop you from making them a reality is yourself.

Ready, set, go create.

He only is my rock and my salvation: he is my defense; I shall not be moved. -Psalm 62:6

7 thoughts on “ABOUT ME

  1. Hi Elizabeth. My son just showed me a picture he found on Instagram. It is me crossing the finish line at WAM! Would you want to or be able to email me that picture? I don’t think you can get pictures off of Instagram and I don’t have Facebook. I’m not very much up on social media but I just read your post from your sermon. That will give our family some good discussion questions on our seven hour trip back to Illinois! Look forward to hearing from you. (Ps – this was our family’s sixth WAM)

    1. Sure! Not a problem. It is the one I took right? I don’t mind sending it to your email at all. Awe. I’m glad you read the post! And I am happy to hear this was your 6th year of WAM! Thanks for all you do for Make-A-Wish Michigan, as a staff member, I can speak for all of that we appreciate each and every one of you riders! Safe travels home. I’ll email your photo tomorrow. 🙂

      1. Yes. You posted it on Instagram. I have the yellow jacket tied around my waist. I will use it in my thank you cards, (if that is ok with you!) along with the one of me getting a hug from Teddy D, our family pic with him, and my daughter getting her medal from him. You don’t by chance have any pictures of anyone right before me, do you? My husband, son and my daughter’s boyfriend were in front of me. I was lagging behind because I was having a hard time seeing through the tears! (It happens every year!). My daughter, Courtney, would not be in the finish line pictures because she crashed around mile 35 and my son vaulted over her. He only had a flat tire, but her bike was definitely not repairable. She wasn’t even that upset about the road rash, bent bike and beautiful large bruises forming but had big tears when she realized she would not be able to finish.

        Cheers! Chris

        Sent from my iPhone

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