Elizabeth Finlayson Harris is an academic and educator specializing in science education, with a strong focus on secondary education and the sociopolitical context of schooling. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Curriculum and Teacher Education at Stanford University, with a minor in Anthropology. Elizabeth's research interests include humanizing pedagogy and classroom climate and culture.

With a Master's degree in Teacher Education and a Bachelor's degree in Physics Education from Brigham Young University, Elizabeth has a rich teaching background. She has taught physics and astronomy at various high schools and directed pre-college engineering programs aimed at underrepresented students. Her professional experience extends to instructional design, where she has developed online courses for BYU Online High School.

Elizabeth's work is characterized by her dedication to educational equity and improving teaching and learning environments. Outside of her professional life, she is an avid Liverpool fan and enjoys mountain biking and snowboarding.