Bachelors Degree, University of California, Berkeley 2019
A Moorpark native, Elizabeth studied Integrated Biology and Gender and Women’s Studies at UC Berkeley, working and teaching in the realm of women’s health throughout her time there. In 2018 she spent a year living and studying in Paris, France at l’Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (SciencesPo) to earn Le Certificat en Sciences Sociales et Humanités (The Certificate in Social Sciences and Humanities) as well as the equivalent of a minor in French Language. She completed her undergraduate journey in 2019, and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Asian American Studies and a certificate of Ethnic Studies with an emphasis on education from San Francisco State University.
She has been a teacher, peer educator, and private instructor for over 4 years now in various settings and at all levels of instruction. After leading a student seminar on women’s health at UC Berkeley for multiple semesters, she returned to Moorpark to be a substitute teacher and private instructor. As a graduate student, she has lectured at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Science was her first love, and she is eager to share this passion. Utilizing the FOSS (Full Option Science System) curriculum developed at UC Berkeley, she is eager to give students hands-on experience with the scientific method and instill in them an excitement for all things science!