Elizabeth works at the intersection of behavioral science, journalism, and diversity, equity and inclusion. An award-winning journalist, she is currently leading gender equality work at the behavioral design nonprofit ideas42 and is the Managing Editor of the Behavioral Scientist magazine. Prior to joining ideas42, Elizabeth was a senior fellow with the Better Life Lab at New America and the director and founder of the think tank’s Global Gender Parity Initiative. Working closely with New America President and CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter, the Global Gender Parity Initiative produced original research and journalism on under-reported gender equality issues, including pay transparency, unpaid care work, paid leave, sexual harassment, unconscious bias, and gender, peace and security issues. Elizabeth was also a consultant on diversity and inclusion issues for the management consulting firm Artemis, helping companies to understand the barriers to retaining and recruiting women and other diverse applicants, and supporting the redesign of their D&I policies. She has presented her research and journalism at forums such as the International Monetary Fund, SXSW and the United Nations. She has worked on the editorial staffs of the Atlantic, and Slate and Qatar Today magazine. A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Elizabeth has published her work in the Atlantic, Slate, CNN, Time magazine, Quartz, the Financial Times, Pacific Standard Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, More magazine, Northwestern Magazine, Sierra Magazine, and others.