At Elysian we champion the dreams of our members and provide business support services to the neurodiverse community. By aiding exceptional people from all over the world, and doing so in tangible ways, Elysian Trust helps others realize their potential and channel their abilities in ways that can benefit humankind.
Nathan “Nth” Bar-Fields – Founder
As dream director, I work to do for the many kids and adults with atypical minds and difficult circumstances what a teacher did for me.
- Our Mission is to champion the neurodiverse community, as well as other organizations that support them.
- Our Vision is to foster extraordinary adults with unusual cognitive abilities, regardless of the culture or country from which they come.
- Our purpose is to identify the talent in people that may be mistaken for weaknesses or overlooked entirely for other reasons, and help them use their talents to achieve their dreams and goals.
We don’t see problems, we see trade-offs, and with the right guidance and a little ingenuity, Elysian members work to maximize humanity’s greatest resource: ourselves.
Elizabeth Ringlee – Chief Executive Officer
For over 15 years, Elizabeth Ringlee has been championing the needs of the neurodiverse.
You may know her from her work as the Executive Director at SENG (Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted), but Elizabeth can also be credited as Executive Director of the Arizona Association of Independent Schools, Founder and CEO of Gateways School for the Gifted, Board Member and Marketing Chair for Gifted Homeschoolers Forum, and President-Elect of Gifted New York State (GiftedNYS).
An internationally respected media and marketing professional, her executive roles in broadcasting, business management, and nonprofit governance allowed Elizabeth to establish an excellent professional track record and the capacity to establish a strong internal culture capable of leveraging that expertise.