Cook County Bureau of Economic Development
Elizabeth Schuh works in policy and practice with experience in transportation and economic development. Her work has ranged from individual redevelopment sites up to regional policy and brings together community goals, practical analysis, and best practices.
Elizabeth is currently Director of Policy for the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development, where she leads Bureau strategic planning and legislative efforts as well as developing infrastructure and resources to help Bureau programs meet equity, economic, and related goals.
Previously, she was a Project Manager at SB Friedman and a Principal Policy Analyst at the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning.