Elizabeth Krempley is the Director of Communications at the Council on Foundations. Prior to joining the Council, she worked first as a researcher into the development, implementation, and evaluation of existing and proposed scholarship and grant-funded programs at the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, but she soon transitioned to and came to manage the foundation's communications department.
Elizabeth holds both a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Oxford in England. She received her bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College in Maine. She has also studied at Columbia University in New York and the University of Vienna in Austria. While at Oxford, Elizabeth taught at Jesus College and worked in St. Hilda College’s library and archive. She currently serves on the Arthritis Foundation's Metro DC Leadership Board.
The daughter of a career Foreign Service Officer, Elizabeth grew up and was educated for the most part in Europe. She now lives in Alexandria, Virginia, with her husband and their two dogs.
You should contact Elizabeth with questions about the Council's communications strategy.