Elizabeth obtained her Master of Science degree and completed her dietetic internship at the University of Florida in the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department. She is employed at Nemours Children’s Health in Jacksonville, Florida where she is the clinical dietitian lead. Her areas of focus are nutrition support, particularly in children with short bowel syndrome, and nutrition management of inflammatory bowel disease. She is a member of the Intestinal Rehabilitation and Improve Care Now IBD teams at her institution. Elizabeth is involved in multiple professional organizations, particularly the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN). She has served on various ASPEN committees, such as the Program Planning Committee, Parenteral Nutrition Safety Committee, and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics – ASPEN Standards of Practice/Standards of Professional Performance for RDNs in Nutrition Support Workgroup. Elizabeth has served as an associate editor and chapter author of the ASPEN Pediatric Core Curriculum first and second editions. She has given numerous professional lectures pertaining to pediatric nutrition. Currently, she serves as the co-chair for the dietetics section of the ASPEN Pediatric Intestinal Failure Working Group.