Like all great writers Liz is everywhere and nowhere. She enters a character and disappears–becomes a boy, a young woman, a middle aged man—and each one is real and sympathetic. She moves just as easily between styles. Just look at her varied publications. Witty reviews for SF Weekly. Deeply personal essays for Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, Redbook. War-themed fiction in literary magazines. This talent serves her well as a copywriter. Liz dives deeply into the brand and finds every vital piece of information, recreates each client’s unique brand voice, and crafts that voice to speak to the listener in a powerful and persuasive way. She’s lived in in the Philippines, England, South Dakota, Missouri, California—and now Maine, where she is an amazing wife and mother. Though she can write in many voices and disappear in her work, her presence in the office is distinct: Funny, kind, genuine, and exceptionally caring.