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Elizabeth Downs

Elizabeth Downs

Elizabeth attended Tri-State University and earned a BS in Marketing. Prior to starting her career with GIS, she worked in health and wellness for 10 years specializing in healthy lifestyle change and chronic disease prevention. She is a Certified Personal Trainer (American Council on Exercise) with a specialty in Orthopedic and Cancer Rehabilitation. She also holds a Level II Ergonomic Assessment Specialist Certification (CEAS II), and serves as a Certified Lifestyle Coach (CLC). Elizabeth resides in La Porte County with her husband Jeff and their children. In 2018, she joined the Board of Directors for Healthy Communities of La Porte County to help support programs that improve quality of life for residents.

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