Anthropology and Archaeology
Liz Satori taught for 35 years in elementary schools in Connecticut and Utah, taking off a semester to supervise student teachers for the McKay School. She has a master’s degree in education, a gifted and talented endorsement, and experience doing graduate work in anthropology and archaeology. Her writing includes a project on Utah archaeology and The Clueless Investigator, a book telling the story of her unusual conversion to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Now an active member, she has served as a stake camp director for 16 years, as president in the Young Women and Relief Society organizations, and as a missionary on two local missions. She has also traveled extensively. Liz believes that knowledge is power and that we should never miss an opportunity to increase our knowledge.