Liz Cutler holds a BA in English from Duke University and a MA in Comparative Literature from Princeton University. Currently, she is a sustainability consultant at K12 schools across the country: www.wholeschoolsustainability.com. She was a member of the faculty at Princeton Day School from 1985-2022 teaching English to sophomores-seniors, and she was the School’s Director of Sustainability from 2009-2022. She is the Founding Director of OASIS (Organizing Action on Sustainability In Schools), a non-profit consortium of 40 central Jersey schools and school districts working together to become more sustainable. In 2023 she was the Master Teacher-in-Residence at The Island School, helping the faculty improve their teaching practice. Currently, she is on the Boards of Sustainable Princeton and the Green Schools Alliance. She has served on the boards of Friends of Princeton Open Space, the Princeton Environmental Film Festival, and on the advisory committee of SubjectToClimate. She has mentored schools all over the country as an informal advisor on sustainability and has spoken at many conferences and schools.
She is a mother of three boys and her hobby is making flower art from what she collects.