Elizabeth Burke Bryant is the executive director of Rhode Island Kids Count, a children’s policy and research organization that provides information on child well-being, stimulates dialogue on children’s issues, and promotes accountability and action. Rhode Island Kids Count provides policy makers, community leaders, and the news media with the best available data and information on children’s health, education, safety, and economic security. The organization produces a quarterly Issue Brief Series, hosts a monthly cable television program, and publishes the annual Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook.
Bryant teaches Strategic Communication for the Taubman Center. She received her B. from the University of Vermont and her JD from the George Washington University Law School.