More About Liz
I joined the ATHA Board because after volunteering for a couple of years and adopting El Maximo, I realized there is not only a need for help with the daily care of the horses but also with the administrative side of ATHA, especially when it comes to securing funding. I love how well taken care of the horses are here, and how their rehabilitation includes both traditional and alternative medicine and I want to continue to support these efforts.
In my spare time, I like to hike, eat great food, and spend time with my family and horses.
I am inspired by hard work and kindness.
I can’t live without sunshine and open spaces.
Director of External Funding
My credentials are:
Master in Library & Information Sciences degree
Business Project Specialist/Educator - Cigna-HealthSpring
Supports curriculum development, instructional design, educational technologies and educational projects for Medicare Part C Appeals.
A special memory is is when I lived in Hawaii for several years and my favorite activity was picking and eating fresh mangoes from the tree.