Liza Crenshaw

Liza Crenshaw was the Senior Staff Assistant for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center, the branch of the Foundation dedicated to educating the public and business community on the powerful impact companies can have on society.

Before joining the Chamber, Liza interned on Capitol Hill for House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Additionally, she completed an internship in the Government Affairs department at Conservation International.

Liza received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington and Lee University, with a double major in Romance Languages with a French Emphasis, and Environmental Studies. During her time at Washington and Lee, Liza had the opportunity to study for two six-month periods, in Paris and Seville, Spain.