Elizabeth made her perpetual profession on 16th April 1990. She holds a Diploma in Child Work, Social Welfare and Psychology. She is currently living in the community in Enzan, where she is involved in parish ministry.
She has worked as an Educator and Directress of Programs for children in vulnerable situations, programs for teenagers, and ministry with migrants.
For many years, Elizabeth served as a local leader and province councillor, and was a member of different committees at province level. Her international experience includes an internship in Thailand, English language study in Malaysia, Philippines and the United States and member of the Planning Committee for the 2014 Asia-Pacific Intercontinental Assembly.
In 2014 Elizabeth was appointed as Sector Leader of the Japan Sector for a period of three years. During this period, she led the sisters in Japan through a process of discernment, reflection and discussion, linked with a similar process taking place in the Province of Philippines. The outcome resulted in the Sector of Japan and the Philippines Province officially becoming one, known as the Province of Philippines/Japan. This took place on 24 April 2017, Feastday of St Mary Euphrasia.
Participants from 18 countries across Asia Pacific commit Good Shepherd Asia Pacific to building a new network to combat the trafficking of women and girls
The Congregational Chapter takes place every 6 years. This 30th Chapter was held in the Mother House, Angers France from 7 June – 2 July 2015
Comprehensive overview from the GSAPP team - how Good Shepherd Partnership for Mission is developing in this region
Asia Pacific Intercontinental Assembly 2014 was held in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia from 6-17 October 2014