Elizabeth G. Hines The White House Project
Elizabeth G. Hines is the Director of Communications for The White House Project, a nonpartisan, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization that aims to advance women’s leadership in all communities and sectors—up to and including the U.S. presidency. Ms. Hines is also co-author of the bestselling biography, Black Titan: A.G. Gaston and the Making of a Black American Millionaire, winner of the 2004 Non-Fiction Book Honor from the American Library Association.
Formerly the COO & Editor-in-Chief of ADOTAS.com – home of the nation’s premiere online advertising publications – Ms. Hines has worked on the editorial staff at the Random House/ Ballantine Publishing Group and as an assistant producer of Harvard University's benefit performance of Eve Ensler's Obie Award winning play "The Vagina Monologues." Prior to joining The White House Project, she served as the Senior Communications Manager for the Ms. Foundation for Women.
Throughout her career Ms. Hines has been the recipient of several fellowships and awards, including a Richard L. Shinn Fellowship from Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, a Richter Fellowship from Yale University, and summer studies grant from the Johns Hopkins University Executive Leadership Alliance Program.
Ms. Hines earned her B.A. from Yale University and did her graduate work in Harvard University’s Department of English and American Language and Literature. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Independent Media Institute (parent company of AlterNet.org) and serves on the Advisory Committee of the Women’s Media Center. She is also a Trustee of The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, CT, where she serves as the chair of their Gender Task Force.