Elizabeth "Lizzy" Bergeron
Marketing Creative Director
Growing up with a mother who was a devoted nurse and a father who instilled in her the importance of reaching out and making a difference, Lizzy was surrounded by compassion, community involvement, and volunteerism from an early age. Unsurprisingly, she found herself drawn to a healthcare career serving her community.
As Marketing Creative Director, she channels her creativity and compassion to foster growth and promote connections within the healthcare space. The Legacy Project at HOPE Healthcare and Hospice was inspired by her mother's passing after a battle with breast cancer. The development of Beth's Playlist further reflects the deep-rooted connection to Lizzy's "why" and demonstrates her unique ability to infuse empathy and innovation into her work.
Lizzy's journey toward professional accomplishment has been marked by loss but also by dedication and resilience; she started college later in life as a non-traditional student and ultimately graduated Magna Cum Laude the same week her dad passed away. Beyond professional roles, her involvement in civic and business organizations such as the Eunice Rotary Club, Acadia Parish Chamber of Commerce, Eunice Chamber of Commerce, Eunice Community Garden, and her position on The LSUE Foundation Board are examples of her commitment to actively engaging with the community and contributing to its welfare. Additionally, her initiative in co-founding scholarships for non-traditional college nursing students and high school students focused on community involvement and volunteerism reflects her dedication to nurturing the next generation of compassionate and engaged individuals. Lizzy and her husband, Willie, reside in Richard and share eight children - and six grandchildren.
The quotes that resonate most with Lizzy are:
“Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.” ~ Steve Jobs
“When you get where you are going, don’t forget to turn back around and help the next one in line.” ~ Tim McGraw