Elizabeth Armour

Elizabeth is a communications executive with more than 15 years of experience moving the needle for national initiatives, foundations, corporations and government organizations. Passionate about impacting social change, her work has included directing the national communications strategy for the ground-breaking U.S. Supreme Court gay marriage case (Prop 8); leading elder care reform in the nation’s nursing homes, which was adopted by Medicare; and educating millions of Californians about critical brain development for the California Department of Health Services.  

Elizabeth is a former senior vice president at GMMB - the national issue communications firm that elected Presidents Obama and Clinton - as well as a former researcher at Harvard. She is an expert at creating strategic partnerships, developing impactful messages across all mediums and influencing multiple target audiences. 

Elizabeth earned her master’s in public administration/public policy from USC. She is the proud mom of three amazing girls, and loves tutoring with School on Wheels and playing beach volleyball in her spare time.