Elizabeth graduated from Metropolitan State University in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice. Prior to working at DCAC, Elizabeth was employed at Servicios de la Raza as a Hotline Specialist for the Colorado Crisis Spirit Counseling Program, where she provided crisis counseling and referrals and coordinated access to mental health services to the Spanish-speaking community. Elizabeth rejoined DCAC in 2022 to continue her work as a Victim Advocate. Elizabeth has been passionate about working with children and adolescents ever since working as an intern at Child Advocates Denver CASA. She worked closely with their advocates and managed the Truancy and Early Education Intervention Advocacy Program. Born and raised in Colorado, Elizabeth is excited to make a positive impact in her community by helping children and families as she supports DCAC’s mission.