Elizabeth is an experienced journalist who writes for and about business and has prior work experience in both business and policy analysis.
Elizabeth’s work has appeared in BankNews, BAI Banking Strategies, Ski Area Management, Crain’s Cleveland Business, Quill (the magazine for members of the Society of Professional Journalists), and other publications. Additionally, she has written stories for ISO & Agent and Risk Management Magazine as well as having ghostwritten newsletters and case studies for corporate clients.
Before becoming a full-time freelance writer, Elizabeth worked in the legal department of a Fortune 1000 company where she helped to administer the company's Employee Stock Purchase Plan and Employee Stock Option Plans as well as to manage their Securities and Exchange Commission filings. She also worked as a policy analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, conducting statistical analyses on currency quality and building econometric models of cash usage and coin distribution systems. In both positions, Elizabeth worked closely with executive managers and frequently presented analyses to them.
Elizabeth earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Case Western Reserve University with double majors in Economics and English and a Master of Public Policy degree from the University of California, Berkeley.