“I once wanted to sing solos so I could impress people. At AGS I learned that I wanted to perform with other people and that life was more meaningful when I wasn’t alone. I found my voice on my journey to graduation and shared it through a sport, on the piano, on stage and off, and with my family and friends. I even taught younger students how to listen to their own voices through my Capstone Project. I will continue to share my voice in college and for the rest of my life.”
Elizabeth was named a National Merit Semi-Finalist while at AGS and had an A average that included not only top grades in English, her academic passion, but grades that reach a “perfect” 100 in calculus and physics. As one of the top young vocalists in the country, she twice won top vocalist honors in the state. Elizabeth is in the Honors Program at Georgia Tech, majoring in computer science, and interested in pursuing a career in software consulting. She is active on campus in the professional business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi, where she serves as Director of Philanthropy.