A career public servant and lifelong Republican, Elizabeth attended Thurgood Marshall School of Law before joining the Harris County District Attorney's Office where she has worked for nearly ten years. As a prosecutor, Elizabeth has served as a Misdemeanor Chief and practiced in the Felony, Juvenile and Intake Divisions. Elizabeth has evaluated hundreds of cases and been to trial in both Misdemeanor and Felony court. She has a unique perspective on justice due to her time working in the Responsive Interventions for Change docket aimed at getting non-violent drug offenders needed treatment to reestablish themselves in society.
Elizabeth and her husband, Bryan, live in Houston with their rescue dog, Hans. They are members of Holy Rosary Catholic Church where they enjoy attending Mass each week.