is passionate about helping young artists attain their personal and professional career goals. After her undergraduate studies in Music and Psychology and Master’s Degree in Saxophone Performance, she made it her life’s work to educate young musicians and empower others to perform their absolute best both in work and on stage. Her lectures inspire artists across disciplines to build confidence, create a clear vision for their future, and develop the necessary skills to build a thriving business. Elizabeth maintains a multi-faceted career as an educator, performer, speaker and clinician. She now has a student waitlist and is the head private instructor in one of the top band programs in Texas. Elizabeth has commissioned and premiered works for saxophone throughout the United States and Europe as a soloist and chamber musician. She has spoken at several conferences and at universities throughout Texas, Michigan, and Illinois. Elizabeth gives hundreds of educational masterclasses to students in middle school, high school, and college, and counsels other clinicians in three states. She thrives on mentoring individuals and helping others expand their interests and skillsets. Whether it’s the fear of the stage or the fear of not living up to their potential, she helps people get out of their comfort zone and conquer their fears for ultimate personal and career success.