Elizabeth is a business and public policy attorney specializing in technology-related interests. She advises companies, educational institutions, and government entities on the integration of unmanned systems, information security, and other emerging technologies. Elizabeth has presented on the privacy, research, and risk management issues surrounding unmanned aircraft and information security before legislators and municipal governing authorities and at conferences including Security BSides Las Vegas and F3Expo. In addition to volunteering with youth robotics teams, Elizabeth is a member of Business Executives for National Security, an executive officer with the Atlanta Chapter of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, is a member of the Government Relations Task Force for the Technology Association of Georgia, and serves as a mentor adviser for early stage information security and machine learning focused startup companies selected for the CyberLaunch VC accelerator program. A graduate of Virginia Tech, she earned her J.D. at Georgia State University College of Law.