Elizabeth Peace is an Air Force veteran, and former journalist and TV news anchor. After working on Capitol Hill as a communications director and speechwriter for Congress, she now serves as the Director of Public and Congressional Affairs Office for Naval Surface Warfare Center Corona.
She is a blogger and podcaster for Purpose Over Perfect, and founder of Operation Innocence, a non-profit designed to protect military children from child sexual abuse. She is a trained facilitator for Darkness to Light, teaching the Stewards of Children child sexual abuse prevention program.
Elizabeth is the founder of St. George News, the largest news and media organization in southern Utah, volunteers as a judge for the Society of Professional Journalists annual Media in Excellence awards, and taught social media, broadcast journalism and public relations courses in the DC area.
An avid volunteer, she has served on the board of directors for the Washington City Chamber of Commerce and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate). She was dance captain of the Chaparrals, a volunteer for domestic violence victims and volunteered to mentor at-risk youth.
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Dianna L. Marzolf
Counselor, Emerson High School
In the short time that the female students and I got to spend with Elizabeth, it was easy to really like and respect her. She was honest, empathetic, witty, and sincere. She took us through some doable steps on how to raise our self-esteem, which will also raise our level of happiness. Who couldn’t use more of that? I look forward to hearing her present again.