Elizabeth England is a communications strategist and lifelong equestrian who brings great insights into her facilitation with horses. She received her training in equine assisted learning from the Equine Experiential Education Association (E3A) and from Tim Manson of Innovative Horizons.
Elizabeth combines her horse and events management experience with an extensive career in crisis and brand management, corporate communications, public relations and integrated marketing. Senior management positions in corporate, agency and consulting settings have given Elizabeth a keen appreciation-- and skillset-- for leadership training and team building. She has case experience working side-by-side with CEOs and upper management teams to build, manage, protect, and drive value for brand and corporate assets.
Elizabeth is a dynamic speaker on corporate teambuilding and leadership topics. She also serves in various roles for a range of key business and professional organizations, and as a founding board member of the Food Policy Institute at Rutgers University.
Elizabeth received her BA with honors from New York University. She owns and manages her own horse farm in Mercer County, New Jersey.