Elisabeth received her B.A. from St. Olaf College, her R.N. from the University of Colorado, and her FNP in March 2017 from Simmons College in Boston, MA.  A practicing RN since 2001, Elisabeth has worked in international health, women’s health, forensic nursing, public health, management, and currently as a family nurse practitioner at a Rural Health Clinic in Eastern Colorado.  In 2016, she was honored with Colorado’s highest award for nurses, the Nightingale.  Elisabeth and her husband of 17 years, Corey, are founding members of the Haiti Village Project and ever grateful for the witness the Haitian community has been in their lives.