Elizabeth advocates for clients before the North Carolina General Assembly and state government in a wide range of industries, including finance, communications, manufacturing, transportation, and environmental sectors. She previously served as director of legislative affairs for the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources, where she played a primary role in securing $134 million in funding for the Green Square Complex in downtown Raleigh and establishing an electronics recycling law. 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 Biser is not licensed to practice law, and she does not provide legal advice. 

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Member, Board of Directors, N.C. State College of Natural Resources Foundation, 2018 - present

Faculty Member, School of Banking, North Carolina Bankers Association, 2012

Board Member, North Carolina Professional Lobbyists Association, 2011 – present 

Co-author (with Ed Turlington and Chris McClure), "Blue Moon Election Brings Record Turnout, Changes," November 2018

"Banking Modernization Bill: The Road Ahead," Carolina Banker, Summer 2012

Elizabeth Biser represents organizations on a variety of topics, including environmental, communications, and corporate taxation issues, before the North Carolina legislature and executive branch. She uses her unique skill set and previous government experience to design and implement tailored advocacy strategies for a wide range of complex issues. 

Government Relations Advisor

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Recent Publications & Media