Elizabeth Kochi has been a resident of Lexington since 2012. She and her husband Stefan have two children who previously attended Bridge School and now attend Lexington High School and Clarke Middle School. Since moving to Lexington, she has become an active member of the community. Both of her children are part of the William Diamond Jr. Fife and Drum Corps (WDJ), where she is in charge of membership recruitment and assists with fund raising. She is an active parent of Boy Scout Troop 160, where she helps with the planning of the annual Patriot’s Day Pancake Breakfast. She is also a Board Member of the Lexington Historical Society and has served on the Advancement and Outreach committees of the Community Endowment of Lexington since 2018.
Elizabeth has a Master’s Degree in Education. She taught History and Social Studies at Southington High School in CT where she also served on the Legislative Commission of the Connecticut Education Association. Currently she works as a Donor Relations Ambassador at THD, Inc. in Lincoln, MA. As part of this position, she supports large nonprofit clients where she helps the clients develop meaningful engagement strategies to increase donors’ revenue and deepen their relationship with the organization and mission.