Elizabeth Arndorfer is the U.S. Reproductive Health director. In this role, she leads the Foundation’s grantmaking to protect and expand access to quality contraceptive and abortion care across the U.S, with particular focus on Louisiana and Mississippi. Elizabeth joined the Foundation as a Program Officer in the Reproductive Health Program in January 2017.
Elizabeth brings more than 25 years of experience working on interdisciplinary teams to ensure every person can make the best decision about whether, when, and how to have children. Prior to joining the Foundation, Elizabeth worked as a consultant to non-profits and foundations working on reproductive health and rights, sexual and domestic violence prevention, and eliminating exposure to toxic chemicals.
She earned a law degree from the University of California School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Santa Clara University. In her free time, she loves trying to keep up with her children, hiking the golden hills of northern California and reading (and sometimes writing) novels.