Associate Director of National Leadership and Education
Liz Kozub serves as the Associate Director of National Leadership and Education at the Center for Community Progress (Community Progress), America’s nonprofit leader for turning “Vacant Spaces into Vibrant Places.”
Kozub manages trainings opportunities for local government decision makers, grassroots leaders and other community stakeholders that aim to build a common awareness of the problems properties and assist in determining roles each can play in a comprehensive approach to vacancy and abandonment.
Prior to joining Community Progress, Kozub served as the Assistant Director for the Turtle Creek Valley Council of Governments, a multi-municipal agency focused on intergovernmental cooperation and shared services in the Mon Valley of Allegheny County, PA. In this role, Kozub worked to establish a multi-municipal code enforcement program and oversaw the development of a data system aimed at increasing officer efficiency and effectiveness. Kozub was also a member of the leadership team to form the Tri-COG Land Bank, a multi-municipal, community driven Land Bank.
Kozub received a Master of Public Administration from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International affairs, and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Allegheny College. She is a native of Buffalo, NY, and lives in Wilmington Delaware.