An NCTJ-trained journalist, Liz is a former staff reporter on a daily newspaper and features editor of a leading national press agency. She has also received a journalism award for her work in The Guardian. Liz is now freelance and works from an office in the centre of Norwich. She works as a writer, editor, digital content consultant and PR and media relations consultant.
She has written for many national and international publications including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Daily Mail, The Independent, The Sunday Times, The Daily Express, Red Magazine, Health & Fitness, Psychologies, Top Santé, Woman and Women’s Running.
Liz has the National Certificate in Newspaper Journalism awarded by the National Council for the Training of Journalists, a first class degree in Philosophy and French and an MA in Culture and Communication from the University of East Anglia. To read Liz’s blog, click here.
She recently completed a post-graduate diploma in psychology at the Open University and was awarded a first-class distinction. Liz is a member of the British Psychological Society (Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership).