Born and raised as a Nebraska Cornhusker, I've brought my midwest charm to Los Angeles as I follow a career in entertainment publicity at an agency.
I describe my work before moving to LA as "Nebraska entertainment," as I worked with a nonprofit event center to market for rodeos, a county fair, and a summer concert. Now, I'm working on the type of entertainment that lands on screens everywhere, including TV and digital/tech clients.
In high school, I was required to keep a blog for an English course. I fell in love with the art of crafting a post and sharing it with my classmates. After graduation, I started Lizzy’s Luggage, a college girl’s guide to surviving college. It became a safe haven of sorts as I struggled with anxiety throughout my first few years in school. The blog had many looks, but the content stayed the same; positive and honest with too many commas.
Once in graduate school, I transformed Lizzy’s Luggage into what it is now, ElizabethSCox.com. While I don’t blog like I used to, you can find a few of my favorite posts here that hold a special place in my heart. You can also find a sample of my academic and journalism experience on my resume page. One day, my book will be here too.
What I’m reading now:
China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan
Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis
Bodyguard on Netflix
Queer Eye on Netflix
Songland on NBC
The Outsiders by SE Hinton
Rocketman from Paramount Pictures
“People don’t pay to see Reginald Dwight…”
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
“With all due respect, what you read is more important in the long term than the man you marry, ma chère Madame.”
Flying - I’m much better at this since moving across the country, but it usually takes a Bloody Mary or two.
Losing a friend’s book they loaned me.