As a professor of Religious Studies, Elizabeth co-chairs the AAR and SBL Women’s Caucus. In addition to her PhD in Religious Studies, Elizabeth also has an MBA from the Wharton School of Business and has served on multiple boards, mostly for non-profit and interfaith organizations. Elizabeth has taught world religions to over 5,000 students, and has been a visiting scholar, conference keynote, and guest lecturer at universities, seminaries, and cultural centers around the world.
AMERICAN ACADEMY FOR RELIGION
& SOCIETY OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE:
Co-Chair of this international caucus of scholars since 2014.
Under my leadership, we have launched a publishing Initiative, the Women’s Caucus international network, a book series with the American Theological Library Association, and the 1000 Women in Religion Project on Wikipedia to broadcast knowledge about women’s religious leadership across the world’s religions in partnership with the Parliament of World Religions.