Elizabeth Wilcox is an author, writer, producer and founder of AuthorPods.com, a platform and service that seeds remarkable, community-driven conversations about books. She has worked as a journalist in England, Hong Kong, and the US, and she has extensive experience both nationally and internationally as a newspaper columnist, radio presenter, CNBC television news producer, and web producer. She is passionate about fostering dialogue, connection, and learning through all forms of media and has done significant content development work around social and emotional learning. Her past and upcoming literary work seeks to elevate, give voice, and create connection to forgotten and unheard female narratives. Her first book The Mom Economy (Berkley, 2003) was called “one of the best career books of 2003” by syndicated columnist Joyce Lain Kennedy. Reviews on Goodreads and Amazon give her second book, The Long Tail of Trauma (Green Writers Press, November 2020), over a four-star rating. Her guest appearances include community and book groups, local and national radio programs, popular podcasts, and network television. Her past work has been featured in ABC7 “All About Kids”, Bloomberg Radio, The Boston Herald, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, CNNfn, Edutopia, Marketwatch, Parenting Magazine, Redbook and others. She is co-founder of the local community group, AmeUp, for creative entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial creatives.
Elizabeth has spent her career working in the media-whether print, broadcast, digital, recorded or in-person. Her new web site, www.authorpods.com, strives to seed remarkable conversations about books and she invites both authors and readers to join the platform. She is available for speaking engagements and to assist you in developing content and communications initiatives to help you better connect to your community.