Liz Caval-Williams is a passionate business leader and advocate for mental health in Idaho. Raised in Twin Falls, Idaho, Liz graduated from Seattle University in 2009, and began her career as a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist for a community mental health agency in Boise. She quickly returned back to school to acquire her Masters in Social Work from Boise State University in 2013. She became independently licensed in 2015 while working as clinician supporting youth and families in Nampa, and moved into leadership as a Director of Behavioral Health Services. Since then, she’s provided business management and leadership support within for-profit and non-profit organizations with a focus on mental health and disabilities, specializing in new business development and advocacy at the city, state and federal level. She is currently the Director of Business Development for Cottonwood Creek Behavioral Hospital and Wellness Center, where she oversees communication, marketing, public relations activities and leads the organization’s advocacy efforts to improve access to mental health care in Idaho. Liz serves on the Medical Care Advisory Committee, which advises the Division of Medicaid on policy changes and manages quality strategy efforts of all Medicaid related activities. When Liz isn’t working, she enjoys time in the great Idaho outdoors with her husband, two kids and their pup.