Liz

Liz is a doctoral student in social psychology researching the barriers to women's equal representation in science, technology, engineering, and math, as well as how people with concealable stigmatized identities, such as mental illness or minority sexual orientation, manage those identities. Previously, she worked as a research assistant at a non-profit research and policy organization in Washington, DC, focused on the well-being of children and families. She is the co-author of Breaking Through! Helping Girls Succeed in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. In her limited free time, Liz enjoys dancing, cooking, and reading.

Books co-authored by Liz

Girls: What's So Bad About Being Good?, by Harriet S. Mosatche, PhD
Girls: What's So Bad About Being Good? How to Have Fun, Survive the Preteen Years, and Remain True to Yourself
Getting to Know the Real You: 50 Fun Quizzes Just for Girls, by Harriet S. Mosatche, PhD
Getting to Know the Real You: 50 Fun Quizzes Just for Girls