Elizabeth Keyser conducts formal and informal referencing and social media and reputation screens for finalist candidates in leadership positions in the non-profit, affordable housing, and mid-market sectors. She interviews multiple references, conducts research, and prepares reports.
She has 20 years of experience as a writer, editor, and content creator for websites, magazines, and newspapers, covering a range of topics and industries, and has published articles in the New York Times, New York Post, GQ, Hearst Media, Dlife.com, and Connecticut Magazine. A former weekly restaurant critic for the Hartford Courant, Elizabeth writes about food for Greatist.com, Moffly Media, and Ocean House Management. She is the co-author of “How to Start and Run a Restaurant,” (Alpha/Penguin Random House, 2015).
Elizabeth is a former board member of the Theatre Artists Workshop. Her plays have been read at the William Inge Festival, and produced at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in NYC and Lyric Theatre in New Haven. She has a BA from Columbia University and studied at the George Washington School for Professional Development. Elizabeth is an avid home cook, gardener, and tennis player.