Content creation, copywriting, editing, academic writing
Storytelling, public history, sustainability, arts and culture
Emphasis on cultural anthropology
Master’s thesis: Healthy Corner Store Projects for Revitalizing Urban Foodscapes
A graduate program covering advanced principles and practices of library and information science.
Liz writes extensively for the higher education sector. She compiles lists of the best schools and programs and writes guides for earning specific degrees. She has written dozens of articles on topics like the best online master's in counseling programs and how to earn a bachelor of social work.
Liz has contributed to a variety of publications and websites on topics related to arts, culture, and entertainment. She enjoys journalistic writing that is conversational but also authoritative and informative.
Liz is a longtime contributor to a site that provides information about careers. She writes how-to articles that explain how to pursue specific careers, including licensing and certification rules for states and industry-specific required education. She has written extensively about careers in counseling, engineering, teaching, criminal justice, homeland security, and nursing.
Liz has written many blog posts, including for libraries, museums, and nonprofit organizations. She holds specializes in taking a conversational tone tailored for the target audience in question.
A frequent contributing writer to a variety of web pages, Liz's online writing spans many fields. In the past, she often wrote content for a large public cultural institution.
Liz holds extensive experience writing and editing magazine articles. She was the assistant editor of a membership magazine for a large cultural institution that included feature articles for many years.