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, Elizabeth's strategic work has included: 

  • directing the national communications strategy for the ground-breaking U.S. Supreme Court gay marriage case (Prop 8);
  • helping reform elder care and nutrition in the nation’s nursing homes, with systemwide reforms that were adopted by Medicare;
  • working with the California Department of Health Services to educate millions of Californians about critical brain development for children and youth 

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.