Office: Washington, DC
Liz advises clients on privacy- and technology-related matters, including compliance with state privacy laws and addressing youth privacy issues. She comes to ZwillGen from a background in technology and education.
Previously, Liz worked on student data privacy for Clever, an education technology company, and consulted on various policy issues for technology companies, including Airbnb, Wonderschool, Shef, and Josephine. In her policy work, she has written and passed laws in the states of Colorado, Washington, and California.
During law school, Liz was on the Washington Law Review, president of the Education Law and Policy Society, and a volunteer for Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. She interned at the Washington State Supreme Court, the Washington State Senate, the ACLU, and the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights. Before law school, Liz taught middle school students as a sailboat captain for Outward Bound and a Teach for America Corps member.
Dartmouth College, B.A., History
University of Colorado, M.A., Education Curriculum & Design
University of Washington, J.D.
International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US)