Liz graduated in 2015 with a BA in Religious and Global Studies from the University of Pittsburgh and a certificate in Islamic Culture and Spanish language from the University of Granada in Spain. She most recently studied at the Angelicum as a Russell Berrie Fellow in interreligious dialogue. She previously spent four years working at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, a non-profit law firm in Washington, DC. The team at Becket plays a crucial role in the framework of first amendment litigation in the United States, and protects the free exercise of religion for people of all faiths. Before joining Becket, Liz served as a missionary with the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) for three years working with college campus ministries and directing international mission trips. She is looking forward to spending her second year in Rome serving the Thomistic Institute!