Lizette Olmos Godfrey
Lizette has over ten years of strategic communications, media relations, research, and outreach experience in the private, government, and non-profit sectors. She was part of a team who provided successful communications campaigns for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) flu and childhood communications divisions. Lizette implemented awarded winning national media plans resulting in earned media placements over 300 million media impressions from radio, print, television, and online outlets during the 2012-2014 CDC flu campaign. She elevated CDC public service announcements to the top 40 Spanish-language media markets airing over 120 times reaching an audience of 12 million. Before joining CASA as a Communications Manager, Lizette was an Obama Presidential Appointee, Special Assistant for the Assistant Secretary of External Affairs at ACF and prior to that, she was a Communications Director for the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). Lizette attended Georgetown University where she received her M.A. in Leadership through the McDonough School of Business. She has obtained several leadership awards including the Miller Coors Lider of the Year award, Young Hispanic Leaders program in Spain, and AIPAC Hispanic Leadership program in Israel.