Elizabeth Burdett is a legislative analyst with the Pennsylvania Public Strategies team based in the Philadelphia office. In this role, she monitors and analyzes policy and legislative activity at the city and state level.
Prior to joining the firm, Elizabeth worked at SteegeThomson Communications, a full-service marketing and strategic communications firm that serves the nonprofit world, where she provided editorial, design, and production services for clients across sectors. She also worked as a community organizer for the Pennsylvania Democratic Party during the 2016 general election cycle, and in April 2020, completed the WeLead Campaign Training Program at American University’s Women & Politics Institute, which aims to close the gender gap in politics by preparing women to take on leadership positions in public service.
Elizabeth earned her bachelor of arts degree, cum laude, from Drexel University and her master of public administration from the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania, where she served as finance chair of Women of Fels.