Elizabeth Coppersmith has spent her professional and personal life pursuing her passions for business and charitable non-profit corporations with the goal of making a difference and serving her community. During her 35-year-business career she has successfully run several retail businesses, been a successful real estate investor
and worked closely with multiple non-profit charitable organizations that serve children, education, and the disability communities.
These experiences have given her a diverse management background and skill set that has allowed her to quickly adapt, learn and lead by example.
Elizabeth’s background in teaching and education fueled her desire to give back to the community. She has advocated for children and education throughout her life. As a teacher, she realized the importance of a well-rounded education and branched out to provide children and adults with extra-curricular activities that would
enhance their learning.
Elizabeth has worked with hundreds of adults and children through her work with nonprofits including the Girl Scouts, Pony Club, the 4H Canterlopes Club, Loudoun Therapeutic Riding, and the family foundation.