Liz Ortenburger on Ending The Domestic Violence Epidemic
Liz Ortenburger has been fighting for the rights of women and youth during the past 20 years of her professional career.
In nationwide organizations such as Girl Scouts and the YMCA, Liz worked diligently to ensure all youth had the opportunity to thrive through experiences that helped them realize their full potential.
In her current position as the CEO for SafeNest, Liz employs her energy and passion for domestic violence victims and their children as she leads staff and volunteers, ensuring every survivor can see their path from crisis to confidence.
Liz earned her MBA at IESE, a top globally-ranked business school in Barcelona, Spain, and her undergraduate degree in Business Administration stateside at California State University, Fresno.
A nationally ranked track and field athlete in the 5,000 and 10,000 meter races, Liz earned academic honors and an athletic scholarship during her education.
Today, working to end the domestic violence epidemic in Clark County and raising two happy, healthy children are Liz’s main focuses.
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