Elizabeth Nelson earned her Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in English from Bates College and then her career path as an educator took her overseas as a Peace Corps Volunteer to the Republic of the Marshall Islands. After four years of teaching and writing science curriculum, she moved to New York City. There, she earned her Master’s Degree in Secondary Science Education at Teachers College, Columbia University while teaching at the Brooklyn International High School. Her greatest experience in New York City, however, was attending Times Square Church. With teams from TSC, she traveled to Russia twice to share Christ’s love through ESL classes, participated in outreaches at the Bowery Mission and city parks, and led workshops that helped teachers bring Christ into science education. From NYC, she moved to Connecticut where the Christian Heritage School hired her as a Physics, Chemistry, and Algebra instructor, Science Department Chairperson, and Science Fair coordinator. After leaving Christian Heritage School to start a family, her next educational endeavor involved homeschooling. She is a thankful and blessed mother of 4 daughters – Meg, Jo, Amy, and Beth. Just kidding! Their real names are Linnea, Alexis, Lillian, and Elyse. She is happily married to Keith, also a fan of all things science and science fiction. Elizabeth Nelson feels blessed and excited to be part of Veritas Scholars Academy. With joy, creativity, excitement, and humor, she endeavors to bring out the best in her students by encouraging their exploration, explanation, inquiry, and ideas.