Career Development Facilitator I
Elizabeth "Liz" Daniels is a CDF 1 at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Office of Career Services. Liz is a native New Mexican from a family of entrepreneurs and has extensive experience in the workforce. She earned a Master’s degree in Counseling, and Bachelor's in Psychology and Sociology from UNM, and is happy to call UNM home once again. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LPCC) in the state of New Mexico with a clinical background in individual and group counseling and a focus on life-transitions, depression, anxiety, and substance use issues. Currently Liz is the President Elect-Elect of the New Mexico Counseling Association (NMCA) and is the Secretary and a Past President of the New Mexico Career Development Association (NMCDA).The interconnectedness of career, mental health, and life balance are of interest to Liz personally and professionally. Compassion, empathy, and human connection are at the foundation of her work, and are a catalyst for clients toward self-discovery.
Colleges: Anderson School of Management, Innovation Academy, College of Education
Groups: Student Orgs/Greek Life, Alumni Association
Projects: NMCA President Elect, NMCDA Secretary