Voices for Civil Justice Deputy Director Elizabeth Arledge is a 25-year veteran of nonprofit communications, fundraising, training, and program development.
Since 2000, she has led communications and fund development for national, state and local organizations that include the Legal Services Corporation, the National Legal Aid & Defender Association, the Legal Aid Justice Center (Charlottesville, Virginia) and Disability Rights Oregon.
As director of training and conventions for the National Women’s Political Caucus, Arledge built a comprehensive campaign skills program that trained more than 5,000 women candidates and campaign staffers throughout the United States between 1991 and 1996. She has also served as a strategic communications consultant to foundations and nonprofits across the country, and managed communications for a successful congressional campaign.
Arledge is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she majored in English and studied in the School of Journalism. She began her career as a reporter and columnist for an independent daily newspaper in her home state of North Carolina.
arledge AT voicesforciviljustice DOT org
Writings (including blog posts) by Elizabeth Arledge.