Liz Crowe is responsible for gathering and interpreting data on entrepreneurs across Northeast Ohio. She applies qualitative and quantitative techniques to interpret the data and produce substantiated recommendations and publicly available reports.
Prior to joining JumpStart, Liz worked as a Research Associate at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC where she conducted primary research on the role of government programs and private organizations in supporting low-income families in the U.S. Topics included, cash and in-kind assistance programs, the U.S. social safety net, poverty, inequality and social policy. Liz also worked at the Congressional Research Service at the US Library of Congress, where she provided nonpartisan research assistance to members of Congress and their staff.
Liz has a Ph.D in Public Administration and Policy from the School of Public Affairs at American University, as well as Master of Arts from the Department of Economics at American University.