Liz can think of few endeavors more significant than educating students to become thoughtful, global citizens in today’s interconnected world. Before joining ISS in July 2015 to help support this mission, she served for twelve years as Head Master of The Lawrenceville School (NJ), a boarding school founded in 1810 with students and faculty from more than 40 countries and 40 states. She also previously worked for three educational foundations and led a college-based community service program. Liz majored in molecular biology at Princeton University, and later pursued master’s degrees in both education and business at Stanford University. When not leading ISS, serving on a variety of nonprofit and education boards, or mentoring school leaders, Liz enjoys reading, writing, running, traveling, design thinking, and watching her two teenaged children play sports.