Co-Founders, Writers-in-Residence

Liz White

Liz White is an award winning broadcast journalist. She has written and anchored news for the ABC Radio Network. She has written and produced radio documentaries on issues pertaining to women, children and social justice. Liz has co-hosted morning radio shows in cities including New York and Nashville. She has written for the Associated Press in Washington, DC as well as 201 Magazine and The Bergen Record in New Jersey. Liz's journalism awards include: the George Foster Peabody, the Edward R. Murrow and the American Women in Radio and Television Gracie Allen Award. She is also a co-leader of a student-driven fundraising project to build and sustain a school in rural Cambodia. Liz lives in New Jersey with her husband, two daughters and a menagerie of pets.

Jennifer Sabin

In the 16 years that Jennifer Sabin worked at ABC News, she wrote for Peter Jennings, Aaron Brown and numerous other anchors on Good Morning America, World News Tonight and World News Now. Jen spent many years at ABC Radio Network as a reporter, writer and Senior Editor in the newsroom, covering a wide range of national and international stories.  She also wrote and produced documentaries for the ABC Radio Network show "Perspective." Prior to working at ABC, she was a reporter for both NBC Radio News and WGCH Radio in Greenwich, Connecticut.  Jen produced a documentary/drama series on AIDS for teens called “Rap it Up” for the University of Connecticut and the National Institutes of Health. Jen and her husband live in New York with their two children.


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