Elizabeth has been a member of the Lexington Police Department since 1998. After retiring from sworn duty in 2019, she returned to the department as a polygraph examiner and background investigator. In her current position, she coordinates with multiple divisions in the Urban County Government to ensure the fair hiring of qualified applicants.
Prior to joining the Lexington Police Department, she graduated from Florida State University with a B.A. in art history. She also attended Hunter College in New Your City where she interned with the New York Police Department’s Major Case Squad which handled all of the art theft for the department.
She has been a chairman with the Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Fall Festival Committee since 2013 and served as a Battle of the Books coach.
Elizabeth loves traveling with her daughter slightly more than researching and planning all the trips they have yet to take. She has finally admitted that traveling with Libby on her device is easier than carrying books on a plane.