Liz Fraser is one of the UK's best-known writers and broadcasters on all aspects of modern family life,
a social commentator, event host, copyeditor, and creator of the mental health blitzing platform Headcase.
She has a degree in Experimental Psychology from Cambridge University, and four children spanning a slightly terrifying 20 years.
Liz has been a presenter, host and guest on national television and radio for over 20 years, has written three internationally best-selling books about family life, and 100s of features and columns for The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, Red, Grazia, Glamour, The Daily Mail, Mother and Baby, Marie Claire, Junior, Woman, Runner's World, Woman, and many others.
She also gives talks, hosts events and fronts campaigns, for everything from global brand launches to international Literary Festivals, FB Live broadcasts and live debates.
With her years of experience representing brands for media campaigns, she is highly skilled in helping companies or brands improve their online presence and identity, and engage with their client-base more effectively. Her razor-sharp copy-editing and copy-writing skills enable her to create perfect, beautiful copy that hits the spot for any client, no matter what the brief or deadline.
Liz has a huge interest in mental health, and created Headcase to completely rebrand and demystify the mental health issues faced by millions of normal people every day.
A keen traveller with a multi-cultural up-bringing, and now based in both Venice and the UK, Liz speaks fluent French and German, and is becoming adept at hand-waving through Italian.
She is a competitive 5km, 10km and half marathon runner - though her knees and geriatric pelvic floor muscles are no longer quite so keen on this.