Elizabeth Wilcox has worked as a journalist in England, Hong Kong, and the US. She has extensive experience both nationally and internationally as a newspaper columnist, radio presenter, CNBC television news producer, and web producer. Her first book The Mom Economy (Berkley/Penguin Putnam, 2003) was called “One of the best career boo
Elizabeth Wilcox has worked as a journalist in England, Hong Kong, and the US. She has extensive experience both nationally and internationally as a newspaper columnist, radio presenter, CNBC television news producer, and web producer. Her first book The Mom Economy (Berkley/Penguin Putnam, 2003) was called “One of the best career books of 2003” by syndicated columnist Joyce Lain Kennedy. Her guest appearances include local and national radio programs, popular podcasts, and network television. She has been interviewed by ABC7 “All About Kids”, Bloomberg Radio, Marketwatch, The Chicago Tribune, CNNfn, Parenting Magazine, Voice of America and many others.
She resides in VT but spends much time in the Greater Boston area. She welcomes media interviews in person or remotely
Journalist Brent Hallenbeck includes The Long Tail of Trauma in his list of 2020 books
The Lifestyles Show Presenter Selina Mackenzie interviews Elizabeth about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) through a maternal line
Journalist Chelsea Edgar calls The Long Tail of Trauma a timely read as hundreds of migrant parents and children remain separated
Learning expert Jason Gorman talks to author Elizabeth Wilcox about trauma and its impact on learning and mental health
Sadie Leite recaps Elizabeth's talk with Dr. Beth Casarjian, Clinical Director of The Lionheart Foundation about trauma and healing
Kimball's Tiny Table hosts Elizabeth Wilcox and her audibook producer, Vincent Freeman
Newsbreak wire service picks up coverage of Elizabeth Wilcox talk around the legacy of trauma
Memoirist Kathleen Pooler invites Elizabeth Wilcox to join a conversation about the legacy of trauma
Pretty Progressive lists The Long Tail of Trauma as one of 2020's most profound books on abuse.
Elizabeth Wilcox writes about the rise in college student learning abroad
First step for family-friendly job terms? Ask, says Elizabeth Wilcox
An interview with Sylvia Ann Hewlett on career challenges for women
Elizabeth Wilcox talks to Joe Colopy about what he has learned about building a business
Elizabeth Wilcox reports on a study that looks at infant cot deaths in Hong Kong
Review by Judith Stadtman Tucker of Elizabeth's first book, The Mom Economy
Elizabeth Wilcox talks to author Liz Cornish about what we can learn on the first 100 days on the job
Syndicated Career Columnist Joyce Lain Kennedy talks work-life balance with Elizabeth Wilcox
Elizabeth Wilcox takes a look at the increased use of tutoring in two Massachusetts towns.
Fairlee, Vermont 05045, United States