Liz joined Brunswick from Albright Stonebridge Group where she helped clients across a range of industries to navigate and do business in complex and emerging markets through creative stakeholder engagement strategies and effective advocacy campaigns. Her previous experience includes serving as a senior advisor to the Foreign Minister of Qatar, Special Assistant to the Democratic Leader of the U.S. Senate, and Research Associate at the Council on Foreign Relations and the World Bank.
At Brunswick, she has managed critical aspects of major cross-border transactions, including the public affairs work related to gaining regulatory approval for the AB InBev acquisition of SABMiller across more than 25 different jurisdictions and the global integration of Diebold Nixdorf. She also supports reputation-building efforts for international corporations and foundations.
Liz is fluent in Spanish, has an MBA from the Wharton School, and serves as Chair of the Board of Community Bridges, a non-profit that provides leadership programs for girls in the Washington, DC metro area.