Elizabeth Murray-Belcaster consults with Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services on its workforce development programs.
Elizabeth is an expert in veterans training and work programs, consulting with federal and state governments, non-profits, and labor organizations. She has responsibility for leadership, installation training, and coalition building on behalf of the Teamsters Military Assistance Program (TMAP), a national program that assists service members in obtaining a Commercial Driver’s License prior to their leaving the military.
Prior to her work with Dixon Center, Elizabeth served as special assistant to the Teamsters National Military Assistance Helmets to Hardhats program. She co-founded the Utility Workers Union of America (UWUA), Utility Workers Military Assistance Program (UMAP), responsible for placement of 500 military veterans in this transition program for gas and electric sector jobs. She also founded Heroes to Healthcare (H2HC), an employment program for veterans seeking careers in the healthcare profession.
Sought after for her specialized expertise, Elizabeth sits on the American Legion National Licensing and Credentialing Board and has spoken in front of audiences including the Clinton Global Initiative, the White House Joining Forces efforts, and Soldier for Life.