Elizabeth Koehler, of Mooresville, NC, graduated with a degree in Computer Science. Upon graduation, she pursued a Master of Science in Information and Communications Technology, with concentrations in Project Management and Web Development, at the University of Denver in Colorado. She then plans to work towards her Project Management Professional certification. As a Levine Scholar, Elizabeth focused on Student Government, Charlotte Dance Marathon and her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, where she was able to collaborate on University-related projects and work closely with the Levine Children's Hospital and Ronald McDonald House. After teaching computer lessons in South Africa and working on a professional team at TIAA-CREF in Charlotte, Elizabeth realized her passions are working with others in technical fields. She wants to pursue a career in healthcare project management that results in the development of programs, applications and software that can make the lives of doctors, nurses and patients easier and more efficient. During her time at UNC Charlotte, she also participated in club lacrosse, attended LeaderShape and led the Homecoming Committee for the first-ever football season. "My experience as a 49er would not have been the same without the Levine Scholars Program. It allowed me to immerse myself not only on this campus, but in the Charlotte community as a whole," Elizabeth reflected. "Even though I will be moving across the country, I will take everything I learned here at UNC Charlotte to continue to be a better student, better colleague and better leader."