Elizabeth Métraux

Elizabeth Métraux

Director of Communications

With nearly two decades of experience around the globe helping individuals and organizations disseminate their ideas, Elizabeth (Liz) Métraux is a tireless advocate for the use of story as a tool for radical change. She is the founder of Women Writers in Medicine, a start-up dedicated to amplifying the voices, experiences, and research of women in healthcare.

Beginning her career in political movements, she transitioned to healthcare after observing the powerful interplay among population health, public policy, and conflict. Moving from the frontlines of war to the frontlines of healthcare, she has served as Director of Communications for workforce diversity at the National Institutes of Health, spearheaded communication for USAID's TB and infectious disease projects in the Central Asian Republics, and currently leads a national study on workforce wellness.

Elizabeth's work has appeared in The New England Journal of Medicine, Health Affairs, STAT, Medium, and more. She serves on the Board of Advisors at the McGill University Executive Institute in Montreal, Quebec.

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