Elizabeth Karcher is the Executive Director of the President Woodrow Wilson House in Washington, D.C., a site owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The Wilson House presents an intimate look at Wilson the man, his presidency, and his legacy.
Ms. Karcher manages the strategy and operations of this historic house and museum. The Wilson House is a place for open dialogue and discussion of important, complicated historical issues related to the Wilson Presidency. The site’s current focus is on the themes of African American history, women’s history, and Wilson’s international impact.
Prior to joining the National Trust and the Wilson House, Elizabeth worked at Discovery, Inc. a leading global media company.
Elizabeth served in many roles with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, Junior Woman’s Club of Chevy Chase, MD, including serving as Club President. She is an advisor to the board of the Shanta Foundation, which supports sustainable community development in rural Myanmar.
Elizabeth holds a Master of Arts in International Relations from Rutgers University. She received her Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from the American University of Paris, France.