Elizabeth Marx

Pennsylvania Utility Law Project (PULP)

Moderator, The Impact of Water Policies on Communities of Color and Low Income: Looking beyond Maryland to Neighboring States and Cities

Elizabeth Marx is the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Utility Law Project (PULP), a statewide specialty legal services program within the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network.  Elizabeth leads PULP's policy, litigation, training, technical assistance, and specialized projects in furtherance of its mission to ensure that all low income Pennsylvanians can access and maintain safe and affordable utility services in their home. She is the current Chairperson of the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services’ Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Advisory Council, serves as a member of the Department of Community and Economic Development’s Weatherization Assistance Program Policy Advisory Council, and serves on a number of other utility and energy advisory boards and committees.  Elizabeth previously served as PULP’s Supervising Attorney, and led PULP’s litigation in complex energy proceedings before the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.  Before joining PULP in 2014, Elizabeth was a Staff Attorney at the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence.  She holds a JD, magna cum laude, from Widener University School of Law, and a BS, cum laude, from Temple University.