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Liz Plank

Author, Senior Producer, Journalist

Vox

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Elizabeth Plank is an author and online journalist. She is a senior producer and political correspondent at Vox.

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Liz is an award-winning journalist and the Executive Producer of Divided States of Women at Vox Media where she also hosts Facebook Watch’s Consider It. In 2016, she produced and hosted 2016ish, an award-winning series about the presidential election and presented a TedxTalk, How to Be a Man: A Woman’s Guide, which she is currently using to inspire her first book, For the Love of Men: A Vision for Mindful Masculinity which will be published by St. Martin’s Press in Fall 2019. Liz is amongst Mediaite’s 2016 Most Influential in News Media and was ranked as one of the 50 most influential women by Marie Claire. In 2015, she was a correspondent for MSNBC’s Krystal Clear and was named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Media. Liz was also just named one of the world’s most influential people in Gender and Policy.

Liz regularly appears on national and international television programs to provide a perspective on politics, gender issues, and reproductive rights, including The Today Show, The Daily Show, MSNBC, CNN, ABC News, Fusion, Al-Jazeera America and BBC World. Through her activism and creative approach to journalism, Liz has made it her mission to elevate the voices of those who are often not heard. Before becoming a journalist, Liz worked as a researcher and behavioral science consultant at the London School of Economics, from which she holds a master’s degree in policy with an emphasis in global gender politics.

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