Liz Rosenthal began working for the Harvard Dance Program in August 2016. Before relocating to Boston in 2016, she attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and received her BA in English and Music. As a student at Michigan, she played violin and was executive director of the Michigan Pops Orchestra, and interned with the University Musical Society (UMS), U-M's performing arts presenter of music, theater, and dance. She also held summer internships at the Grant Park Music Festival in Chicago, Cite de la Musique in Paris, and the Ann Arbor Summer Festival. After graduating, she worked in UMS's programming department for 8 years, where she planned and managed many artist residencies for artists and ensembles including the New York Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, Silk Road Ensemble, Chiara String Quartet, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Paul Taylor Dance Company, Ragamala Dance Company, and Taylor Mac. She also implemented the digitization of UMS's 137-year-old performance archive and launched its accompanying website, umsrewind.org. In 2013, she completed the certificate program through the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance at Wesleyan University. She continues to serve as the editor for UMS's program books on a freelance basis. Liz loves attending performances around Boston, traveling, biking, Michigan football, and knitting.