7/21/22 - REFLECTIONS ON UVALDE

Liza Aronie

Liza Aronie

Director of Operations

Liza Aronie has supported the Georgetown Law Center’s Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) Project since July 2020. The ABLE Project has become a nationwide best practice in policing that seeks to prevent misconduct, reduce mistakes, and promote officer health and wellness. ABLE is supported by law enforcement, the civil rights community, and businesses across the U.S. Liza currently serves as the ABLE Project’s Quality Assurance Associate for the national instructor team and is an integral member of the core team that implements, coordinates, and expands the nationwide training program. During her time with ABLE, Liza has run close to 60 Train-The-Trainer classes, instructed, facilitated small-group learning sessions, hosted professional development sessions for law enforcement instructors, coordinated all scheduling, and served as one of the Project’s primary liaisons to the more than 240 agencies in the program.

Prior to joining ABLE, and prior to raising two now-teenaged daughters, Liza served in a number of different policy and project management capacities for three different aerospace and defense contractors, including lobbying the US Congress and writing position papers for contracts under the US Department of Energy.

Liza received a BA from Muhlenberg College and has a Masters in International Affairs from The George Washington University.

Liza is the Director of Operations for Heroes Active Bystandership Training, LLC.