For Eyewitness News, Liz traveled to Washington D.C. in June 2004 to cover President Ronald Reagan's funeral, the first state funeral in the United States in 31 years. She also anchored the station's coverage of every major local news event affecting the tri-state area, including the 2004 Democratic National Convention, the Republican National Convention held in New York City, as well as the 2005 Transit strike.
Before joining WABC, Liz worked for ABC News. She served as a New York based anchor of ABC's overnight show "World News Now". During that time she was also a correspondent for the network covering dozens of important new stories for "World News Tonight", "Nightline", and "Good Morning America". She also helped anchor GMA's coverage during the first few weeks for the Iraq war.
Prior to that, Liz was a Chicago-based correspondent for the network. She traveled the country covering the gamut of national stories, including President Clinton's impeachment hearings, the Columbine high school shooting, and the devastating tornados in Oklahoma in 1997.
Previously, Liz was a reporter in Miami, Florida at WPLG-TV. She began her career in journalism behind the scenes as an assignment editor at New England Cable News in Newton, Massachusetts.
Liz attended Boston University, majoring in journalism and history.
She and her husband reside in Manhattan.