Elizabeth « Liz » Bailey
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Liz Bailey serves the National Cooperative Business Association as the interim President and CEO and the Vice President of Public Policy & Domestic Development. She also serves the Cooperative Development Foundation as Executive Director. Ms. Bailey has been a strong advocate for raising awareness of the cooperative business model by engaging in outreach to those in the public policy community who have a shared interest in community and economic development.
Ms. Bailey has a prior public policy career combined with government service, at both the state and federal level, with private sector and non-profit program management experience.
Ms. Bailey received a BA in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an MPA from the University of Texas at Austin's Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs.
About the National Cooperative Business Association (NCBA)
The National Cooperative Business Association is the nation's oldest and largest national membership association, representing cooperatives of all types and in all industries. We are democratically organized and operate according to internationally recognized cooperative principles.
Our comprehensive programs helps co-ops strengthen their businesses so they can better serve their members and transform the global economy.
- Co-op development
- Public policy
- Member services
- International development
NCBA also provides a strong, unified voice on Capitol Hill, and diligently works with lawmakers to enact cooperative-friendly legislation.
NCBA offers a variety of programs and services to connect you to other co-ops; affording you many opportunities to develop partnerships that help attract and maintain your membership while growing your business.
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