Elizabeth Alberty
Human Services

Elizabeth Alberty

Managing Consultant
Pronouns she/her

Elizabeth (Beth) specializes in helping foundation and government clients develop evidence-informed strategies to impact public well-being, specifically around issues of education and economic mobility.

Since joining Mathematica in 2021, Beth has worked on a range of projects related to K-12 education, postsecondary pathways, economic mobility, and evidence capacity. She is currently the deputy project director for the dissemination and implementation of a field-sourced education-to-workforce indicator framework developed in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Beth also leads strategic learning activities for a Walton Family Foundation education initiative, through which she helps the initiative team track, report, and understand the outcomes of their investments. She also draws on prior experience in training and change management to design and facilitate impactful meetings and workshops for a variety of internal and external audiences.

Beth is a two-time AmeriCorps alum, having served with City Year Washington, D.C. from 2014-2016, and currently serves as chair of the City Year Chicago Associate Board. She also worked in government strategy consulting for a large professional services firm prior to joining Mathematica. Beth holds a B.A. in urban affairs and an M.A. in political science, both from Saint Louis University.

  • Strategy advising and development
  • Strategic learning
  • Measurement and evaluation
  • Meeting design and facilitation
  • K-12 education and postsecondary pathways
Focus Area Topics
  • Human Services
  • Education
  • Employment

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