Liz Gabor

Liz Gabor is a Real Estate Manager with the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation—Philadelphia's city-wide economic development agency. She has over ten years experience in economic development and working with communities.

At PIDC, Liz provides transactional services and manages the city's industrial land bank and surplus property to encourage future development and ultimately create jobs and increase quality of life in the city. Previously, she worked at the Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) with communities affected by military base closings and realignments. Liz has also provided policy and communications assistance to the executive and legislative branches of federal government in the Clinton Administration Office of Legislative Affairs and for former Rep. Bob Borski (PA-03). Liz is a Presidential Management Fellow with a Public Finance Certificate and an Economic Development Finance Certificate.

A native Philadelphian, Liz received her masters in Public Administration from the University of Pennsylvania's Fels School in 2004 and her undergraduate degree from Fordham University. While at Fordham she participated in the Sigma Iota Rho Honor Society, the Women’s Soccer Team, and received Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Academic Honors.

Liz looks forward to teaching her nieces and nephews how to skateboard and enjoy the eclectic people that convene around the sport.