“I’m most passionate about public and institutional work. I enjoy the challenges of overseeing and carrying out a project from the conception stage, construction through to the final successful completion.”
An experienced aviation programming leader, Elizabeth was project manager for the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport extension, which added 70,000 feet to the existing terminal. She also worked on the HRDC Community First Griffin Place, a year-round emergency shelter and resource hub in Bozeman that incorporates trauma-informed design principles. Elizabeth holds a Master of Architecture from Montana State University.