Elizabeth Arndorfer joined the Packard Foundation as a Program Officer in the Reproductive Health Program in January 2017 overseeing grantmaking in the program’s United States subprogram.

Prior to joining the Foundation, Elizabeth worked as a consultant to non-profits and foundations working on reproductive health and rights, sexual and domestic violence prevention, and eliminating exposure to toxic chemicals including the Reproductive Health Technologies Project, Futures Without Violence and Ibis Reproductive Health.

She earned a law degree from the University of California Berkeley School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Santa Clara University.