Liz is an energetic and enthusiastic Higher Education professional with experience in many aspects of strategic enrolment management, including academic advising, marketing and communications, recruitment, and strategic planning.
She began her career as a Civil Engineer, and received a Masters of Science in Engineering Education that caused her to fall in love with post-secondary work. With her unique background and experiences, Liz is comfortable pulling together ideas and people from disparate areas to solve problems creatively and effectively – this makes her particularly valuable in strategic planning processes. She currently works as the USask Undergraduate Environmental Programs Coordinator.
Liz is an environmentalist, and believes that creating community among environmental students, partners, and industry is the only way to ensure a sustainable path forward. By showcasing the opportunities in the environmental sector to students and growing these programs, she contributes to the University of Saskatchewan’s goal of being the university that the world needs.
In her current role, she provides students with opportunities to develop the skills that they will need to tackle some of the most complex environmental challenges society has faced, and inspires/challenges prospective students to build a rewarding career in this sector. Liz is also responsible for promoting and developing complimentary programming for the environmental programs to connect students to the broader environmental sector community. She works to ensure that Usask environmental students graduate, not only with an understanding of how they will make a positive impact on their world, but the knowledge and skills required to do so.