Who We Are
Elizabeth Pearce is a campaign director at Coxe Curry & Associates. Her campaign experiences range from annual campaigns, capital campaigns and endowment efforts to feasibility studies, development assessments and the coordination of campaign materials. She is currently working with several clients including Agape Youth and Family Center, Atlanta Shakespeare Company, Care and Counseling, Centennial Olympic Park, City of Refuge, Greater Atlanta Christian School, LifeLine Animal Project, NewTown Macon, Prevent Blindness Georgia, South Fork Conservancy and Westside Atlanta Charter School.
Prior to becoming a director, Elizabeth served as a senior campaign manager and associate campaign director with Coxe Curry, managing numerous client engagements. Among the clients she has served are: The 100 Black Men of Atlanta, A. G. Rhodes Health & Rehab, Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy, The Cathedral of St. Philip, Central Georgia Health System, Christ the King Church and School, Georgia Aquarium, Georgia Historical Society, Greater Atlanta Christian School, Hillside, The Howard School, Ivy Preparatory Academy, Jerusalem House, Junior Achievement, National Black Arts Festival, One Macon!, Our House, Piedmont College, Piedmont Park, The Salvation Army, St. Pius X Catholic High School, Stratford Academy, Trinity Presbyterian Church and the Woodruff Arts Center.
Before joining Coxe Curry & Associates in 2000, Elizabeth worked as a PeopleSoft Project Manager and Consultant at Deloitte Consulting. She was responsible for technology package integration and installation for several Fortune 100 clients. Elizabeth also worked for INVESCO in their retirement plans services area where she provided customer service to over 75 corporate clients daily regarding 401(k) plans for over 10,000 individuals.
Elizabeth is a Trustee of Rhodes College and also serves on the Emeritus Board of Breakthrough Atlanta, the Shepherd Center Advisory Board and has been integral in starting a new giving circle at Shepherd called ‘Women Shaping Shepherd’. She previously served on the Board of Directors at the Whitefoord Community Program and the Board of Trustees of the Frazer Center. Elizabeth was an active member of the Junior Committee at Shepherd Center for six years, serving for three years as an officer. She also served for two consecutive years on the host committee for the Hospice Atlanta Junior Gala. Elizabeth is also active with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
A native of Atlanta, Elizabeth graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee with a B.A. in Business Administration. She has an M.B.A. from Georgia State University.