Elizabeth Stuk is keenly interested in finding ways to empower and encourage under-served children through music. Prior to joining WolfBrown, Elizabeth taught general music to students from age two through eight and as a high school choral director, and as a member of the Atlanta Opera Studio she taught elementary school students throughout Georgia about opera. At WolfBrown she manages large data sets and performs advanced analytics across multiple projects focused on music education.

Elizabeth has a unique and varied background in opera performance, arts administration, and music education. She has sung with the Atlanta Symphony Chorus, The Atlanta Opera, Chicago Summer Opera, the Bel Canto Institute, San Francisco Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony, and Opera Espresso (which she cofounded and managed). She holds a Master in Music in Opera Performance from Longy School of Music, a Bachelor of Music from Westminster Choir College, and is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy.