Elizabeth Hurley is a teacher with Fairfax County Public Schools and teaches IB Environmental Systems and Societies, an interdisciplinary, college-level course that addresses a wide range of environmental issues from a systems perspective. As a member of the CLiGS team, Elizabeth serves as a faculty member for the XMNR program, with a focus on student career development and independent studies. Additionally, she assists Dr. Bruce Hull with his research. Previously, she worked as an environmental economist at SAIC where she conducted cost-benefit analyses for EPA’s stormwater and drinking water programs.
Elizabeth holds a B.A. in Economics from Virginia Tech, an M.S. in Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics from the University of Maryland, and a Masters of Natural Resources form Virginia Tech.