Elizabeth Andrews received her Master’s degree from the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University with a focus in economics. She has extensive experience working with social enterprises, startups, and international NGOs as a consultant, project manager, and team leader. Her passion for building women’s leadership networks and community building has taken her to South America, East Africa, Southeast Asia, and Europe. She is currently the Director of Business Development at InsightPact, a global design consultancy firm that creates virtual and in-person spaces for inclusive and fair dialogue. Previously, she lived for four years in Bangkok where she was the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Programs at Wedu. During this time, she piloted and scaled an annual leadership Academy for young professional women across Southeast Asia and co-founded the YSEALI Women’s Leadership Academy Alumni Network. Before moving to Asia, she worked at Vital Voices Global Partnership where she led the VVLead Documentarian Project across 12 countries that focused on the significance of women’s leadership networks among female community leaders. After publishing the report, she was invited by the Department for International Development to present her findings to European government officials. During graduate school, her capstone group was awarded funding to conduct qualitative research in Colombia and Rwanda on the topic of sustainable income diversification practices among artisan women and was later asked to present their published findings at the U.S. Institute of Peace. She is a Coaching Fellowship (TCF) alumna, a global leadership program that provides executive coaching for high-potential female leaders working in social impact, as well as TeamUp mindfulness Peer Coaching recipient.