Elizabeth K. Gill is the Assistant Dean for Career Development at the Yale University Jackson School of Global Affairs. Starting at Jackson with its inception as an Institute in 2010, Elizabeth advises students studying global affairs in both the Master’s in Public Policy program and the undergraduate major.

Elizabeth enjoys advising students on crafting compelling applications for a wide variety of roles in a range of sectors and offering programming that helps students consider career options. Elizabeth has served on a variety of committees through the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Prior to coming to Yale, Elizabeth worked for 10 years at Duke University in North Carolina and spent a year teaching English in China at Shandong University. She received her M.A. in liberal studies from Duke University and her B.A. in East Asian studies from The College of Wooster in Ohio. Elizabeth is a Fellow at Yale’s Branford College.