Elizabeth Denny is an Analyst for EAB’s research division. She works on the Business Affairs Forum and the Facilities Forum, where she helps higher education leaders solve their biggest administrative and operational issues. Her previous research has focused on building a total cost of ownership mindset on campus, profiling shared services models at institutions throughout North America and the UK, and launching skilled trades apprenticeship programs at colleges and universities.
Prior to joining EAB, Elizabeth worked as a research analyst at a consulting firm specializing in East Asian business and political issues, where she carried out projects related to biotechnology, health care, tourism, and energy. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, translating, and learning new ways to craft and create.
Elizabeth graduated with Highest Honors from the College of William & Mary with a B.A. in East Asian Studies. She was a PhD candidate in Harvard University’s Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations,where she received a full doctoral fellowship.