Elizabeth Igleheart (Secretary) graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Industrial and Labor Relations, and began her career in the management development program of Aetna Life and Casualty. When Aetna formed a joint venture company with Voluntary Hospitals of America, she moved to Dallas, TX as Dir. Of Marketing and Product Development for the new company. While in Dallas, Liz finished her MBA, had her two children, Alex and Austin, became a healthcare consultant for a national firm and had her first non-profit board experience. Liz and her family moved to Atlanta in 1995 and after a few years, realized that consulting and being on the road 70% of the time was not conducive to a healthy work-life balance. She left Towers Perrin for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia before taking the big step of moving into non-profit work. First as Dir. Of Operations for Jane Fonda’s organization GCAPP, then as Executive Director of Senior Services North Fulton, all while serving as Board Chair for another Atlanta area human services organizations, and chairing development and fundraising activities at her children’s private school. A move to Columbia, SC in 2010 led to positions on the EdVenture and Senior Resources boards and a development position with USC, in the Arnold School of Public Health, which is how she met Amy Armstrong. Liz is now the Vice President of Advancement for Transitions Homeless Center in Columbia.