Liz Branch was born and raised in Latin America where she experienced the
importance of culture integration into the decision-making process of international
programming. A seasoned world traveler since an early age, she has led large groups
of students through Mexico, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Italy, Nicaragua, Jamaica,
and the United States. She has worked closely with universities in rural Nicaragua to
secure scholarships for Nicaraguan students living in underprivileged communities.
She is a co-founder and leader of TCU’s Questa Terra, GlobalEx, and Discovering
Global Citizenship programs through which she continuously works with refugee
communities in Fort Worth. Mrs. Branch received her B.A. in Mexico City’s Universidad
Motolinia del Pedregal, and master’s degree from TCU. Currently she is the Assistant
Director of TCU International Services.