Elisabeth Wilder is the Program Manager for Training and Education at the US Water Alliance, a national nonprofit organization advancing policies and programs that build a sustainable water future for all. She leads efforts aimed at broadening and deepening One Water knowledge and practice across the Alliance network and beyond. Prior to joining the Alliance, she conducted academic research and taught at Northeastern University in the areas of environmental health and justice, sustainability, and social movements. She is a co-founder of the American Sociological Association’s Committee on Racial Equity in Environmental Sociology. Elisabeth began her career as a public school educator in Los Angeles, where she completed a postgraduate credentialing program focused on educational theory and curriculum design. She also holds an MA in Sociology from Portland State University and a BA in Political Science from Pennsylvania State University. In her free time, Elisabeth enjoys books, board games, beach days, camping, hiking, kayaking, and stargazing.