Strategic Initiatives Program Administrator
City of West Hollywood
Elizabeth Anderson’s work in the fields of aging and homeless services includes clinical and case management services, program development and contract administration both in the non-profit sector and through human services work at the cities of West Hollywood, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills. A significant focus of her career is on preventing and ending homelessness among older adults. Currently with City of West Hollywood’s newly formed Strategic Initiatives Division, she advances City priorities addressing aging in place, homelessness, women’s health and poverty reduction. Elizabeth is a licensed clinical social worker with dual master’s degrees in Public Health and Social Welfare from UCLA and an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Stanford University.
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