Elizabeth M. “Ellie” Loughlin is a student at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education where she is a candidate for Advanced Studies in Counseling in Education. She received her Masters in Education in 2006 from Harvard in Risk and Prevention. She is a 1989 graduate of Dartmouth College.
Ms. Loughlin in recent years has also taken on the role of community leader as she raises her two young children. Not only is she Secretary of the National Pancreas Foundation, she is a loyal Dartmouth alum who serves as 1989 Class President and Vice President of the Class Officers Association as well as an Enrollment Director for the Admissions Office and a Member of the Development Committee. In 2003 she received the Young Alumni Distinguished Service award from Dartmouth. She is also a Board Member of the Friends of Dana-Farber in Boston, Massachusetts, and a Member of the Board of Trustees at the Tenacre Country Day School.
Ms. Loughlin lives in Weston, Massachusetts.