Elizabeth Krause leads St. David’s Foundation’s community investments in five portfolios: Women’s Health, Opportunities to Be Active, Health Insurance Enrollment and Use, Access to Healthy Food, and Adult Dental.
Prior to joining St. David’s Foundation in 2016, she spent 11 years advancing health equity with the Connecticut Health Foundation where she concluded her tenure as vice president of policy and communications. Elizabeth began her career at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) where she completed rotations with the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, the CDC Foundation, CDC-Rwanda, and a field assignment with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment where she was instrumental in starting-up the state’s Office of Health Equity.
Elizabeth graduated cum laude and phi beta kappa from Smith College and earned a masters in social and behavioral sciences from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.
Read how Elizabeth incorporates the Foundation’s vision to build the healthiest community in the world in her day-to-day work here.