Spanish, Public Administration, Master of Business Administration
Elizabeth (Tiller) Hagler graduated from the Haslam Scholars Program in 2012 with degrees in Public Administration and Spanish with a concentration in Hispanic Studies. She chose to continue her education at the University of Tennessee by pursuing a master's of business administration, graduating in 2013.
Elizabeth spent much of her time as an undergraduate as a collegiate athlete, running both track and cross country for the Lady Vols. She served as a team representative on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. She also volunteered through the Haslam Scholars Program community service project at Redeeming Hope Ministries, as an RHM Board member and in many other capacities. Her honors thesis, entitled “An Economic Analysis of Redeeming Hope Ministries (RHM)” was a comprehensive review of the organization, using core business standards to determine the efficacy of its programs and initiatives.
Elizabeth now lives in Longmont, Colorado with her husband and three cats. Her love for running has continued, as she now competes for the Boulder Track Club. Her focus in not-for-profit organizations brought her to the Outreach United Resource Center, where she currently serves.