Elizabeth Rosenblatt, raised in New York and Connecticut, is pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at Stanford Graduate School of Business and a J.D. at Yale Law School. She earned her bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics from Harvard University. Elizabeth hopes to drive innovation and competition in media and telecommunications markets. During law school, she has worked at Schmidt Futures, where she led the Reimagine New York Commission's efforts to address the digital divide in New York State and supported efforts to test the use of shared wireless spectrum as a tool to address inequitable access to the internet. Prior to graduate school, she worked as a consultant in McKinsey & Company's Consumer Technology & Media practice. While at Harvard, she studied quantitative methods in political science; her research on measurements of gerrymandering and partisan fairness has been published in the American Political Science Review.