Elizabeth Elizardi M.Ed., MAPP

Elizabeth Elizardi is a visionary early childhood leader and positive psychology practitioner whose work is nationally acclaimed. While earning her Masters degree Elizabeth studied alongside the world's leading researchers and pioneers in Positive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania.  In addition to writing for Psychology Today and Positive Psychology News Daily, Elizabeth is a contributing author to Character Strengths Matter: How to Live a Full Life.  In 2015 Elizabeth was named a "Top Person to Watch" by New Orleans Magazine and she was the recipient of The Gambit's prestigious "Forty Under 40" award for her impact as an early childhood leader in the City of New Orleans.  Through her work with educators and families Elizabeth hopes to build flourishing communities for the world's youngest citizens- children birth to three-years-old. She is currently a doctoral student at Lousiana State University studying Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Early Childood Education.

Author of

Parent Pulse

Perspectives from Positive Psychology on parent well-being. Read now.