In her time at Purple, Elizabeth has held a range of roles across the firm. She’s currently a deputy campaign manager working with clients in telecommunications, health care, consumer packaged goods and food and beverage industries. Before rejoining client teams, Elizabeth was in business operations for five years, managing business development, marketing and the firm’s intern program. She also has experience in negotiations, mergers and acquisitions and labor issues. Outside of Purple, Elizabeth coaches a Special Olympics swim team in Alexandria. She’s a graduate of Clemson University, where she studied economics and French. Elizabeth also studied for several months at La Sorbonne in Paris.
“As someone who started at Purple early in their career, it’s incredible to witness the growth in scope, scale and types of clients Purple serves. I feel as if I’ve been able to grow along with the firm, which is special to experience.”
“While very cliché, it’s true that there are no two days exactly the same at Purple. So we all have to be extremely nimble, and move with ease from issue to issue, complex subject matter to complex subject matter. Which we do.”
“I was taught to look at people not only by how they present themselves, but how they treat others around them. I find that to be a pretty good indicator of character.”