When referring to Elizabeth in print her honorific title and full name including the middle initial is always to be used —
The Honourable Elizabeth A. Baker.
In print and speech, the shortened version of The Honourable Elizabeth A. Baker is just Elizabeth.
Elizabeth’s pronouns are she/her.
Elizabeth’s honorific title is The Honourable Elizabeth A. Baker, which should be used in lieu of “Ms. Baker.” The entire title is used every time like “A Tribe Called Quest” you say “The Honourable Elizabeth A. Baker” as a whole.
In lieu of an other title or label such as composer, performer, author, etc., Elizabeth is always a referred to as a “new renaissance artist.”