Elizabeth joined the Jackson Spalding Athens office in 2006 after working as a loan officer for General Electric and in sales for a cable company. As a creative copywriter and digital marketing strategist on our Delta Air Lines team, she works from concept to completion on a variety of email marketing and advertising initiatives for the global brand. Recent highlights include supporting the launches of key high-profile partnerships, as well as introducing a new co-branded credit card to market.
Elizabeth contributes her passion for creative thinking and ideation to several of our clients, assisting with concept development and facilitating brainstorms. In her role as brand strategist for some of our Athens-based clients, she pairs her penchants for storytelling and exhaustive research to help brands uncover key insights into their identity.
Elizabeth also engages with the Athens Chamber of Commerce, provides communications support to local nonprofits and served on the board for the Athens Land Trust. She graduated from L.E.A.D. Athens in 2013. Her group’s project supported the Athens Area Village, part of the Athens Community Council on Aging, which provides a support system to maintain independence for seniors in their own homes.
Elizabeth is a classically trained violinist who played in the Spartanburg, S.C. Philharmonic Orchestra at the age of 16. She parlayed this talent into an orchestra seat with the University of Georgia Symphony Orchestra, where she played solo violin and viola and performed in several quartets. A National Merit Scholar, she has completed four years toward her triple major in German, Music Therapy and Violin Performance and plans to finish her ambitious course-load one day when life isn’t quite as busy.
A history enthusiast, she married her husband, Todd, surrounded by the architecture of New Orleans’ French Quarter. At home, she’s den mother to four beloved pets. Music is on continuous play in her life, along with more recent hobbies: weight training and Kyuki-Do, a South Korean martial art.