Elizabeth is a SNAP Supervisor at the Department of Transitional Assistance, and serves as the Community and Homeless Liaison for her office in Boston.  With an Associate’s degree in Human Services from Bunker Hill Community College, and a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services from Northeastern University,  Elizabeth is passionate about helping others. She is an Activist, Influencer, and Community Leader for the Latino Community of Massachusetts with a goal to make sure her community is well informed of services, resources, and opportunities. She is devoted to making sure those who are ready and eligible to become US Citizens complete their application and become a part of the voting process. Elizabeth was born in the Dominican Republic and moved to New York City at the age of 8. She naturalized in 1999 when she moved to Boston, MA where she still resides, married with three children.

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