Liz Zelnick is the Director of the Economic Security & Corporate Power Program at Accountable.US, where she oversees the organization’s work on economic issues, exposing special interests who work against consumers and everyday Americans.
Liz has spent the last 13 years in progressive movements and government. In her previous role, Liz served as the Deputy Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs for the Massachusetts State Treasurer, where she developed policy priorities related to public investment, economic empowerment for residents, and transforming the state pension fund with climate-related and other ESG investment initiatives. Before that she oversaw state legislative campaigns at Everytown for Gun Safety, working to reduce gun violence in the Midwest and South. Liz also worked in the homelessness and housing affordability space in Los Angeles, Boston, and New York City.
Liz holds a B.A. from Umass Amherst in Anthropology & Linguistics, and an MPA from NYU Wagner. A native of Alexandria, VA, she now calls Newton, MA home.