Elizabeth Moses is a Research Analyst with the World Resource Institute’s Access Initiative where she investigates policy matters related to access to information, public participation, access to justice, and capacity building. The Access Initiative (TAI) is the largest civil society network in the world dedicated to ensuring that citizens have the right and ability to influence decisions about the natural resources that sustain their communities. Elizabeth’s current work includes supporting communities and civil society in Indonesia, Mongolia, Tunisia, and Morocco trying to improve their environmental health by exercising their right to information and participation.

Prior to working at WRI, Elizabeth was an Organizer and Policy Analyst with the Industrial Toxics Project at the Washington Toxics Coalition. Her work focused on researching and writing about polluting industries and the public health and environmental impacts from industrial pollution, as well as providing policy recommendations to state and federal regulators, policy leaders and concerned citizens.

Elizabeth holds a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Washington and B.S. degrees in Psychology and Biology from Syracuse University.