Elizabeth is the COO of The Miracle Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering orphans and orphanages to reach their full potential. She is the architect of The NEST Method, a metric-driven methodology that incorporates due diligence, best practices and incremental funding to Nurture, Empower, Strengthen and Transform institutional orphanages into loving homes, where children thrive. Elizabeth brings more than 25 years of entrepreneurial expertise, along with her passion for driving growth through development and execution of innovative strategies, building strong teams, and effective utilization of resources.
In 1998, Elizabeth co-founded QuickArrow, a pioneer in the Cloud software segment. The company provided Internet-based applications for consulting and professional services companies. She led the company from self-funded start-up through Angel investment and three rounds of funding to profitability. The company was subsequently purchased by NetSuite. Prior to QuickArrow, she managed and grew professional services practices at Compucom and Paranet and hardware firm Ten X Technology. She holds a BBA in MIS from the University of Texas at Austin and is on the Board of Directors for the Entrepreneurs Foundation of Central Texas. She is an avid tennis player and serves on the Capital Area Tennis Association Board and is an advisor to Run Free Texas.