Elizabeth Biser has worked with the North Carolina General Assembly in various capacities for 10 years. She previously served as the Director of Government Relations for the N.C. chapter of a national non-profit organization and as the Director of Legislative & Intergovernmental Affairs for the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources. There, she led the Department’s engagement with the N.C. General Assembly. Among the important issues and initiatives in which she played a primary role were securing $134 million in funding for the Green Square Complex in downtown Raleigh and establishing an electronics recycling law.
At Brooks Pierce, Elizabeth represents organizations in the financial, communications, manufacturing, medical and environmental sectors before the N.C. General Assembly. Elizabeth has extensive experience in the State appropriations process, as well as designing and implementing legislative advocacy strategies for a wide range of complex issues.
Elizabeth serves on the Board of Directors of the N.C. Professional Lobbyists Association. She is also a graduate of the inaugural class of the N.C. Center for Women in Public Service.
* Elizabeth Biser is not licensed to practice law, and she does not provide legal advice.
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"Top 10 North Carolina Legislative Actions Your Company Should Know," Triad Business Journal, 2011