Elizabeth Kipp-Giusti is a fundraising professional building a career within the intersection of the arts and public sector. She is passionate about developing integrated dynamic arts programming focused on education and social justice, and has extensive experience supporting the organizational
structures of large institutions. She received a Bachelor’s degree from Columbia College, Columbia University (2012) in Religion, with a Special Concentration in Human Rights. Elizabeth received the 2012 Charles M. Rolker Prize, awarded annually to the member of the graduating Columbia College class who is judged by classmates to be most worthy of special distinction.
In 2016, she completed her Master’s degree in Arts Politics at New York New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Department of Art and Public Policy. Elizabeth is the current Development Associate, Institutional Partnerships at The Public Theater, and serves on the Columbia Alumni Board as Co-Chair of the Columbia Arts Access Committee.