Elizabeth is privileged to have an exciting and exceptionally diverse career in journalism that has taken her far from the suburban Ottawa street she grew up on. From dodging pyrotechnic grenades in Canadian military exercises to ducking tear gas during street riots in Kenya, she has proven herself to be a bold and intrepid reporter.
Elizabeth has interviewed pilgrims deep underground in the rock-hewn churches of Ethiopia, and scrummed Canadian prime ministers and Nobel Peace Prize laureates. She has eaten too much pizza on 16-hour election night shifts, and been shamed by eight-year-old Ugandan martial artists for her poor kung fu technique. She was once told during an interview with Jane Fonda that she has “amazing” handwriting, which she is very proud of.
Please see the CV below for a summary of her qualifications and experience.