Litigation Support
In Elizabeth's free time, she enjoys Olympic weightlifting. She has been lifting for eight years and coaching for two!

Elizabeth started at ATKG in 2021. She has a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Texas State University (Eat’em Up Cats!) and an Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies from San Antonio College. Elizabeth comes to ATKG with four years of experience in Real Estate and Professional Services.

We knew Elizabeth would fit in when we asked what her happy hour drink order was, and she replied, “Whiskey on the rocks. Who doesn’t appreciate a good whiskey?” With so many different types of whiskey to explore, we definitely agree. When she needs some R & R, Elizabeth loves to visit Hawaii, specifically the Big Island where her dad grew up. After being surrounded by such beauty, she says it is difficult to head home and never wants to leave. (We wouldn’t either) Elizabeth has a deep passion for animals and adopted her dog, Sasha, from the San Antonio Humane Society. Before Elizabeth decided to pursue criminal justice, she considered going into humane law enforcement. Although we deeply love our furry friends, we are ecstatic that Elizabeth decided to go into criminal justice and found her way to ATKG!

CliftonStrengths® Signature Themes
(Top 5)

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Elizabeth looks for consensus. She doesn’t enjoy conflict; rather, she seeks areas of agreement.


Elizabeth is best described by the serious care she takes in making decisions or choices. She anticipates obstacles.


Elizabeth prefers to go with the flow. She tends to be a “now” person who takes things as they come and discovers the future one day at a time.


Elizabeth focuses on strengths to stimulate personal and group excellence. She seeks to transform something strong into something superb.


Elizabeth can organize, but she also has a flexibility that complements this ability. She likes to determine how all the pieces and resources can be arranged for maximum productivity.