Chief Client Officer
Chief Client Officer
Elizabeth is a sophisticated counselor with more than 25 years of experience at the nexus of public affairs, reputation management, executive visibility and brand awareness. She has deep experience in helping companies, associations and organizations operate in an increasingly complex regulatory climate, helping to manage their risk while also ensuring their political, social and environmental license to operate.
As Chief Client Officer, it’s Elizabeth’s job to have a view into all of ROKK’s client work and serve as a senior counselor to clients and team members alike. She is passionate about problem-solving, exceptional client service and mentoring and growing talent.
Elizabeth joined ROKK Solutions as CCO in 2023 and prior to that led large issue advocacy campaigns at several large multinational communications firms. She also has significant client-side experience from her tenure at industry associations like the American Chemistry Council and the American Insurance Association.
WHY ELIZABETH BELONGS IN THE ROOM
She can manage chaos.
Elizabeth can lead large integrated teams (plus four children, two dogs and a cat) with calm, composure and a smile.
She’s at home with the C-Suite.
Elizabeth makes sure that her clients’ core values and goals are at the heart of her work, which has made her a trusted advisor to C-suite executives.
She’s a master of crisis communications.
Elizabeth has significant experience helping clients navigate crises that range from working with property casualty insurers after Hurricane Katrina to managing communications around environmental spills and litigation communication.
Elizabeth earned her bachelor’s degree from Tulane University (Roll Wave!), and New Orleans still holds a special place in her heart.
GOOD TO KNOW
Both! Elizabeth has two dogs, Sassy and Lulu, and a giant cat, Gumbo, who thinks he’s a dog.
Escape to the Country. One of these days I’ll escape to a cottage in the Yorkshire Dales!
As an English major and avid reader, Elizabeth named three of her four children after Southern writers- Walker Percy, Flannery O’Conner and Harper Lee. Her husband vetoed Truman so their fourth child is an Everett instead!