Communications Manager

Elizabeth Mallicoat

Elizabeth Mallicoat hails from the gorgeous “Aloha State”, but due to growing up as a military brat since day one, she finds it difficult to pin down her roots. From a young age, Elizabeth has taken every opportunity to travel the world; visiting Asia, Europe, and all across the United States. Wherever she goes, you can be sure to find Elizabeth trying the local coffee. She has a dream of someday cage diving with great white sharks, considers sarcastic letter boards her sense of humor, and has a deep love of Asian food (noodles, dumplings, sushi, it’s all incredible.)

 

In her personal time, she loves staying active with hiking, running, and rock climbing. But just as she loves spending time outdoors, you have an equal chance to find her enjoying a good book, working on an art project, or spending time with friends and family. Elizabeth graduated with a B.S. in Strategic Communications and Graphic Design from Liberty University. She looks forward to using her love of communications and branding to put back into the organization that was such a blessing in shaping her into who she is today.

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January 20, 2020

Work in a TGIF Culture


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December 20, 2019

Mourning Into Morning


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December 13, 2019

Living In Wonder


This post was written by TeenPact Student Body Representative Josiah Wolfe from North Carolina Recently, a friend showed me a song he found, and a specific part has continued to ring in my ears. It says,   “I remember when a photograph was worth a thousand words. Now a thousand pictures come my way, every […]

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December 06, 2019

The Reward of Seeking Christ


This post was written by TeenPact Student Body Representative Caleb Shirk from Connecticut. At National Convention this year, God showed me countless reasons of why we should be so excited to praise His name. Whether it was through rendezvous, small groups, conversations with friends, or the verses I read throughout the week, God was continually […]

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November 08, 2019

God's Gift of Being Unique


This post was written by TeenPact Student Body Representative David Gosz from Oklahoma “Leadership” is a word we hear frequently in TeenPact. My eyes used to glaze over at the mention of leadership because it seemed repetitive and unnecessary for people to talk about it so much. But the truth is, TeenPact, our parents, and […]

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