Board Member

Elizabeth is the Executive Director of The Peaceful Presence Project, a community based organization that provides non-medical, thoughtful support to individuals and families facing serious and terminal illness.  She holds a B.A. from Seattle University and a Master’s degree in Community and Urban Planning from the University of Oregon.

She is passionate about integrating end of life and grief literacy initiatives in local communities to encourage honest dialogue around the complexities of the aging process.  Elizabeth enjoys international traveling, adventuring with her partner and exploring the beauty of Central Oregon.

Why I serve:

“I respect the Council on Aging’s prioritization of community building and compassionate care for our region’s aging population. As the Executive Director of a local, community-based organization that provides holistic and proactive planning for advanced illness care, I want to help ensure that our community’s elders have access to the highest quality of education and support resources to ease life’s various transitions.”