Elizabeth Morgan JD, PMP
Elizabeth has more than 30 years of experience in the child support program, where she has worked in field operations, policy, legal, and legislative analysis for both the public and private sectors. Beginning in 1987, she worked for Washington State’s child support program, where she first worked in the field, and later managed the program’s Legal, Legislative and Policy section. She also later served as Chief of the program’s information technology office, providing leadership to more than seventy staff who manage the statewide child support enforcement management system, and serving as a key member on the child support program’s Senior Management Team.
In 2000, Elizabeth joined the Center for the Support of Families, where she currently holds the position of Senior Associate. She serves as a legal consultant and subject matter expert on child support fiscal management issues, statutory compliance, and legislative analysis. She serves as CSF’s lead subject matter expert on child support financial and distribution issues and has been a lead author of federal policy guidance and training for the distribution requirements contained under the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, and Tribal child support distribution. She has also served as a team leader and key staff member on federal, state, and local projects analyzing child support policy, legislation, performance, systems, privacy, and fiscal issues. Elizabeth holds a B.A. from Whitman College, M.S. from Western Washington University, and J.D. from Seattle University School of Law. She is also a certified PMP.