Liz Coyle joined Georgia Watch in February 2012. She leads the team of nonprofit advocates serving as a powerful statewide voice for Georgia’s consumers on policies that open doors to the financial mainstream, increase financial security, improve access to affordable healthcare and lower consumers’ energy burden. As Executive Director, Liz manages the organization’s operations and staff and oversees all Georgia Watch impact areas.
Senior Director of Policy and Access
Natasha Taylor is the Senior Director of Policy and Access at Georgia Watch. Natasha brings a diverse knowledge and understanding of public policy, community outreach, consumer relations, and healthcare access to the team. She is dedicated to increasing access to quality healthcare, access to clean energy, and improving financial literacy and well-being for marginalized populations across Georgia.
Senior Manager of Policy and Advocacy
Sarah Phillips joined the Georgia Watch team in December 2021. Her background in legislative relations, policy research and analysis, and advocacy training helps her work toward leveling the playing field for all Georgians in the organization’s key impact areas–civil justice, consumer energy, healthcare access, and financial protection.
Outreach and Engagement Coordinator
Shana Risby has joined Georgia Watch as the Outreach and Engagement Coordinator. As a Detroit native, she became civically grounded at a young age and nurtured a deep passion for storytelling and improving the quality of life in her community. Understanding that public communication is essential in tackling complex issues, Shana works to spark meaningful conversations and uplift the voices of underrepresented demographics in both digital and physical spaces.