Elizabeth Mueller Gross is responsible for overseeing the administrative, publishing and other support for the Pew Research Center and its projects, including human resources, finance and accounting, communications, web development, information technology and facilities, as well as liaison with legal counsel. She also serves as secretary and treasurer for the center’s governing board. Gross joined the Pew Research Center in 2001 to help launch its Pew Global Attitudes Project, a series of worldwide public opinion polls, and continues to be involved in that project. From 1984 to 2001, she worked at U.S. News & World Report magazine, primarily as director of research, and was responsible for the newsweekly’s public opinion polling and other survey-based projects, including “America’s Best Hospitals.” Prior to joining U.S.News, she served on the editorial staff of the China Business Review magazine. Gross is a graduate of Kenyon College.