Elizabeth Chatham

Deputy Director of Grassroots Staff Training

Elizabeth is originally from NY but considers the sunshine state, Florida, as her home. The spouse of US Army Combat Veteran, Christopher, whose deployments included Iraq and Afghanistan, Elizabeth started working in politics at the age of 15 and started working for a member on Capitol Hill at age 16. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science and international relations and is currently working on her master’s in public administration at Liberty University. She has an extensive background in policy, veteran advocacy, and grassroots efforts with over 15 years of experience. Growing up in a military family and with many educators, Elizabeth always knew she wanted to take her knowledge and be able to educate others on how to change policy to make a difference in people’s lives and has since joined the Stand Together community in 2019.

Elizabeth and her husband currently reside in St. Augustine, Florida with their two golden retrievers, Winston Churchill and Molly along with their feisty cat, Zoe. Elizabeth and her husband love to travel and enjoy a good ghost tour.