Liz Howard

Director of Grants Stewardship

aligner | enhancer | innovator

Liz believes that the power of people can create catalytic change. With a master’s in International Affairs and Global Justice – during which she studied environmental justice, women’s participation in agriculture, and the role of indigenous knowledge in climate change initiatives – she cultivates tools and processes that aid in advanced proposal and grants management. Her top priority is to empower Multiplier projects to pursue and manage funding opportunities that further their mission and submerge them in their critical work.

Outside of work, she can be found riding her motorcycle through the beauty of the Adirondacks, taking her dog on outdoor adventures, or volunteering for the oldest pit bull rescue in the United States. She is the mother of three rescue cats and one rescue pit bull, and the aunt of three adorable nephews.


  • B.A. in Liberal Studies with a minor in Creative Writing from the State University of New York, Purchase College.
  • M.A. in International Affairs and Global Justice from the City University of New York, Brooklyn College.
  • Project Management PrepCast (60 hours of instruction), OSP International.