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About Liz Lieberman






ELIZABETH LIEBERMAN is a trusted confidante and motivator to friends, colleagues and clients. She is a connector who loves helping people meet other people; often making a positive difference in their lives and careers. She's a doer who makes things happen and gets things done. And, as her clients have said, she brings out the best in everyone.


Liz is a Human Resource Management and Organizational Development executive with more than 20 years of experience and a reputation as a true business partner.  Since 1997, Liz has been designing and facilitating programs that participants request more of and evaluate well.   They say that she puts a new spin on training and have made such comments as “I’ve taken a class on this topic before but it has never been this good!”  Liz is a career coach who encourages significant results and helps clients achieve their goals.  And, she is known for handling employee relations issues and employee investigations in an empathetic, yet firm and objective manner.


Liz has held senior level positions with The New York Times Company, Turner Broadcasting, AHL Services and SSL Americas. In 2009 she co-founded Talk About Your Future, Inc., a Georgia Non-Profit dedicated to helping students create a path for their future through mentoring by local business professionals.    She taught English as a second language in Taipei, Taiwan in 1987.


Liz is a Certified Instructor of the Anti Defamation League’s (ADL) Classroom of Difference; is qualified to administer the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, is certified in Management Research Group’s (MRG), 360-degree feedback and attended the Justice Department of Atlanta’s Mediation Training Program.


Liz holds an MBA in Finance from the Fordham Graduate School of Business in New York, New York, and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  She served on the Boards of Refugee Resettlement and Immigration Services of Atlanta (RRISA) and the Cliff Valley School in 2003 and 2004.   In 2009, she worked with  Chayil, an organization dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence move forward in life and successfully stay away from their abuser. In 2009 she started working with a class at Grady High School, focusing on career preparation and has had unbelievable speakers join her in this endeavor.