Elizabeth Good focuses on human rights violations, the geopolitical implications of conflict, and the role of intergovernmental organizations. Elizabeth has worked as a Research Assistant for numerous academics and international organizations across varying disciplines including political science, geography, and economics. Elizabeth completed her Masters of Arts in Political Science at the University of British Columbia, with a focus in International Relations and Comparative Politics. Her thesis explored the normative implications of the use of torture by governments worldwide. Elizabeth also holds a BA double major in International Relations and Geography: Environment and Sustainability from the University of British Columbia.