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Lieutenant Elizabeth Elliott

Executive Officer

TRADOC Band CommanderSecond Lieutenant Elizabeth Elliott, a native of Orlando, Florida, holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Florida and a Master of Music Performance degree in Instrumental Conducting from the University of Miami, Frost School of Music.

While at the University of Florida, 2LT Elliott earned the Shannon Kelly Kane Conducting Scholarship, the CBDNA Mike Moss Conducting Fellowship, and a Henry Mancini Fellowship to study conducting at the University of Miami.

While at the University of Miami, 2LT Elliott studied conducting with Gary Green and served as a Graduate Assistant with the University of Miami Band Program conducting chamber ensembles, Frost Symphonic Winds, Frost Saxophone Ensemble, the Frost Wind Ensemble, University Band and athletic bands. She was selected as one of the top in her class for the Pi Kappa Lambda Honorary Music Fraternity.
Before entering the United States Army, 2LT Elliott served as an active musician throughout the United States as a band director, performer, clinician and guest conductor, and spent three years teaching in the public and private schools of Florida.

Second Lieutenant Elliott attended Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Georgia, receiving her commission in August, 2017. She went on to attend the Music Basic Officer Leadership Course at Joint Base Little Creek-Ft. Story, Virginia. 2LT Elliott is currently the Executive Officer and Associate Conductor at the United States Training and Doctrine Command Band at Fort Eustis, Virginia. 2LT Elliott is married to 2LT Scott J. Elliott, who will receive his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the Virginia Commonwealth University Dental School in 2020, and will begin his service in the United States Army Dental Corps.