Parent of 4th Grader
Member, Diversity Committee and Public Purpose Committee
Liz Steinfield is a Certified Nurse Midwife and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. Over the past 22 years, her practice has focused on caring for a diverse, under-served population in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area. In addition to being a clinician seeing patients, she most recently was the Clinic Director of the Women’s Community Clinic where she oversaw operations, increased system efficiencies, led continual quality improvement, and engaged in cultural humility and DEI work of the organization. Currently, she works at Zuckerberg San Francisco General in the Women’s Options Clinic. In the past, Liz was a founding board member of the Sarcoma Alliance and also sat on the board of the Washington Free Clinic in Washington, DC.
Liz’s participation with the school has included leading admission tours and sitting on the Diversity Committee and the Public Purpose Committee. She holds a BA from Oberlin College and BSN/MSN from University of California, San Francisco. She is passionate about engaging community members, improving systems, and asking hard questions. She and her wife have been involved in San Francisco School since 2013 when their son joined the South Class.