Elizabeth Halliday is Chief Operating Officer of the Clean Capitalist Leadership Council, a group of clean capitalists, conservation conservatives and philanthropists lending advice and support in working toward free-market solutions for critical issues in gridlock.
The CCLC is a founding member of the Clean Capitalist Coalition, a group of think tanks, economists and scholars exploring new laissez-faire policy solutions that reduce tax, trade, regulatory and market barriers to accelerate innovation and deployment for clean free enterprise.
Participants in Council events have included representatives from Living Room Conversations; The Jack Kemp Foundation; Rocky Mountain Institute; The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, Columbia University; R Street Institute, American Sustainable Business Council, The Nature Conservancy, EarthX, American Renewable Energy Institute, ASU LightWorks, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy; Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions Forum; American Council for Capital Formation; Atlas Network, Center for Latin America; and MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (MIT CEEPR).
Elizabeth also owns and operates a website design firm, founded in 1998. In the past 20 years she has developed more than 115 websites, many of which have been for clients in government and the not-for-profit sector. She received her degree in Communications from the University of Delaware, and began her career as a reporter for The Associated Press and ABC News, covering events in Central America, Hawaii and Delaware.