Elizabeth Sullivan has an M.F.A. in Theatre for Youth and K-12 teaching certification from Arizona State University. She is a community-based artist, teaching artist, director, and performer. Elizabeth acted with The Seem-To-Be Players, a nationally touring children’s theatre troupe. She served as the choreographer, lead facilitator and actor for MADE Garden, an interactive art and play installation for young children at Mesa Art Center’s SPARK! Festival for Creativity. She worked as Asphalt Art’s Resident Artist at Phoenix’s Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development where she led homeless youth in poetry, spoken word, drama, performance, and digital storytelling. Most recently she directed, facilitated, and performed in Lawrence Arts Center production of Rethink: I Am a Veteran, an original storytelling project focused on women veterans.