Specializes in: Social justice. Refugees & asylum. Migration. Women & girls. Diversity & equality. Poverty. Nonprofits/charities.
Liza Ramrayka is a highly-experienced journalist, with a 20+ year track record of writing/blogging, editing and commissioning for national and international media.
Educated and trained in England and now based in San Francisco, Liza is a recognized social justice specialist and has a particular interest in refugees, asylum seekers and migrant population.
She is a long-standing contributor to The Guardian (UK/US), as a columnist, feature and profile writer, and commissioning editor. Her writing has also appeared in The Times of London, HuffPost, News Deeply, Open Migration, and Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity.
An experienced editor and project manager, Liza has held editorships in the UK of magazines published by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, the Business Disability Forum and Charities Aid Foundation.
Her Guardian/Institute of Fundraising book, Working in Fundraising, was the first comprehensive guide to training and careers in UK not-for-profit fundraising.
Liza cut her writing teeth in financial and marketing journalism before moving into local government reporting and then specializing in social policy and nonprofits.
She is an excellent communicator, with experience of teaching, mentoring, media training and conference chairing. She sits on the Board at San Francisco's Children's Day School and 826 Valencia.
Last updated: 10/18/2016 ()