AboutConnect with Lizbeth
Hi! I’m Lizbeth.
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I serve mid-life women recalibrating after crises, and/or women who are (finally) ready to stop falling to the bottom of their own priority list. Limited individual coaching available now, with group coaching to come.
What experience do I have?
Nearly three decades working as an advocate, investigator, and probation officer means I’ve helped thousands create change. More importantly, I’ve bucked intergenerational patterns of poverty, family violence, and secret-keeping to create the life I live now. I hold a graduate degree in psychology, traveled six of the seven continents (and counting), and am fortunate to have a vibrant community of support. And I did none of this alone.
I discovered there were three key ingredients to successfully scaling crises and big challenges: 1) Strong communication, 2) Solid support, and 3) Stubborn persistence. All have helped me move from food stamps to foreign travel and live a life that will one day make a fabulous obituary.
As a result, connecting and coaching have become my superpowers. I’ve spoken to groups as small as five and as large as 500. HERE is a slice of my story. And I’ve created a tribe of other survivors and strivers for you at Persistence U with Lizbeth podcast.
Interested in hosting me for a speaking event? Perfect! Let’s talk budget and goals.
Thanks for stopping by.
Lizbeth Meredith is a writer, speaker, and online teacher who recently relocated to Chattanooga, Tennessee from Anchorage, Alaska. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in psychology.
After working as a domestic violence advocate and child abuse investigator, Lizbeth spent two decades as a juvenile probation officer and supervisor before retiring.
Today, Lizbeth teaches courses online and works as a community educator on domestic abuse and child custody matters at a Tennessee nonprofit. She’s a speaker at conferences and on podcasts on topics like domestic abuse, the unintended consequences of leaving a violent relationship, resilience, trauma-informed care, choosing to work in the system that failed, empowerment, and all things marketing and memoir.
Her own memoir, Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters won five awards, is currently optioned by Cineflix for television adaptation, and is available in audiobook format. Her book is available wherever books are sold. Her shorter essays and pieces have been in Alaska Magazine, The Feminine Collective, and Jane Friedman’s blog, as well as A Girls Guide to Travelling Alone by Gemma Thompson (UK).
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Contact Lizbeth Meredith
Request Lizbeth for an event, speaking engagement or appearance at Liza8m@gmail.com