Elizabeth Jackson

Communications Associate

World Food Program USA

Liz is passionate about how storytelling can be used to change behavior. Prior to joining WFPUSA, Liz spent two years working in the non-profit sector, serving as a communications intern for the United Nations Foundation, where she curated her skills in digital advocacy and also worked in healthcare messaging, where she specialized in non-profit patient advocacy. She also worked as a border transition leader, directing educational seminars and community workshops on immigration.

Liz graduated from American University with a degree in International Relations with a specialization in food insecurity and marketing. Liz is an avid surfer in her free time, getting to the water whenever she can.