Public Affairs Director
Elizabeth started at Mother Jones as a fact-check intern in 2004. After a stint as research editor she was MoJo's managing editor for five years before recently becoming the organization's head cheerleader.
Prior to joining Mother Jones, Elizabeth worked as a newspaper reporter, a freelance writer, and a policy analyst in former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown's administration, where she attended his soirees at the Top of the Mark. She's written for the Christian Science Monitor, the Washington Post, and other publications, and is the author of Sportsgirl: Competitive Basketball for Girls.