Elizabeth María Farrell (they / she) is a native South Texan writer and artist originally from San Antonio, TX. Prior to founding Lizard Letter in March 2020, Liz worked in fundraising and communications with Global Health Corps, a global health nonprofit based in New York City.
Liz has extensive experience in digital design, nonprofit marketing & communications, fundraising strategy, and project management, Prior to Global Health Corps, Liz worked as Executive Assistant to the CEO at Icreon Tech Inc., a digital agency in New York City. While attending Wesleyan University in Connecticut, Liz used her time living abroad to work as a translator with La Fondation Scelles in Paris, France. During this time, Liz worked in both French and English, translating and editing the organization’s United Nations conference proposal and review regarding international sex trafficking policies and cultural practices. Liz has extensive experience working in both Spanish and French in conversational and professional settings, having first started learning Spanish as a child growing up in South Texas.
Liz graduated in 2017 with a honors degree in Sociology and International Relations from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT.