Elizabeth Fitzsimons Leads San Diego Social Services Nonprofit
Elizabeth (Wilberg) Fitzsimons ’95 is the new chief executive officer for Episcopal Community Services, a nonprofit social services agency providing early childhood education, substance addiction treatment, and homeless transitional housing across 22 locations and serving 7,000 people a year in San Diego County, California. After earning her master’s degree in journalism and public affairs from American University, Elizabeth launched her career in communications and nonprofit leadership, and most recently served as vice president, leadership & engagement at the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, where she directed the leadership development nonprofit LEAD San Diego. Elizabeth also serves as a City of San Diego library commissioner, and is a member of the Board of Governors at the University Club Atop Symphony Towers. She lives in San Diego with her husband and three children.
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