Elizabeth is all in for traditional Classical liberal arts education that both searches for and teaches a love of the timeless transcendentals of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness. She is also committed to upholding the mission and vision of our Academy. She currently has two sons at ERA (class of 2023 and 2025) and one who graduated in 2022. Additionally, she has a daughter who will graduate in 2025 (from another Classical academy).
Valuing Classical methodology and curricula, which includes the fostering of strong moral character and ethics, she believes that if every student inculcates the Pillars of Citizenship, Integrity, Perseverance, Honor, Excellence, and Respect within themselves, and if every student strives for Truth, Beauty, and Goodness in all they do, then our ERA students can indeed edify and build the communities around them.
After graduating college and originally pursuing a career in the visual arts and photography, she ended up happily employed for many years at a large financial services corporation. Elizabeth was eventually led to stay home full-time while raising her children, where she found joyful motherhood the most important way to impact the world around her, and has been grateful for the blessing to have been with her children at home. While raising her kids, Elizabeth continues to be active in her community: volunteering in the schools, churches, scouting and character development groups, youth groups, and other activities in her family’s busy lives.
Elizabeth enjoys gardening, reading, writing, being with her family and beloved golden retriever, and will never turn down a good cup of coffee.