Liz Hale is responsible for directing implementation of ACEEE’s resource development strategy. She works with senior management and program experts to strengthen existing institutional funding relationships and to establish new ones, with the goal of diversifying ACEEE’s resource base. Liz is also responsible for growing support from individuals through ACEEE’s scholarship and bequest programs. She joined ACEEE in 2016.
Liz has nearly 20 years of fundraising, program development and conference planning experience. Most recently, she was the director of development for LISC, the nation's leading community development organization. Liz raised $92 million from corporations and foundations during her 15-year career with LISC. Prior to joining LISC, she worked as assistant producer at nbcolympics.com, the companion website for NBC’s worldwide broadcast of the 2000 Summer Olympics. Liz also planned conferences for the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Liz earned a bachelor of arts in English from The George Washington University and a master in humanities and social thought from New York University.