Elizabeth Doyle represents downtown Madison on the Dane County Board, serves as chair of the Health and Human Needs Committee, and is the Long Term Care Rate Setting Manager for the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Prior to these roles, she became the first women in leadership in the City of Verona’s history with her election to City Council President in 2014 and served on the Council for five years. She earned the distinction of becoming the Wisconsin Truman Scholar in 2015 which enabled her to pursue her master’s degree from the LaFollette School of Public Affairs along with a graduate certificate in Business, Environment and Social Responsibility. In 2016, she worked at City First Enterprises, a Community Development Financial Institution that encourages community based development in the DC area through affordable housing and small business lending. That same year she was selected to participate in the Truman Governance Fellowship program which supports Truman Scholars who possess the credentials to serve in executive positions. Elizabeth utilizes her education and service experience to enact equitable policies focusing on the areas of housing and health and encourages others to bring their unique perspectives to public service and elected office.