Elizabeth Mays

Content Marketer & Intrapreneur for Small Businesses

“Quite simply Liz is a dynamo who is able to see and grasp the big picture yet tenacious in developing and implementing a detailed plan of action that leads to on time/on budget project completion. Her passion for excellence is contagious. Beyond that she is one of those rare individuals who lights up a room without even realizing it.” –Dave Cornelius, director of Digital Media Outreach Programs HSJ, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication 

“Liz’s expert knowledge and experience produce the highest quality results in little time. She is among the most ethical and trustworthy people I have ever met, and she always seems to do what is required to deliver a result that is beyond expectation.” –Matt Gunson, publisher, Knack (client)

“Elizabeth Smith is the consummate professional with a love of her craft. She is a true journalist, honing in on details and striving to produce the best possible reader-driven content.” –Amanda Fier,former director of editorial, Arizona Foothills Magazine (supervisor, 2006-2007)

“Always a pleasure to work with, Elizabeth has that rare ability to navigate through situations with humor, intelligence and grace. Her keen eye and editing skills are second to none!” –Diane Aiello,fashion director & stylist, Arizona Foothills Magazine; owner, Glam Lounge (colleague)

“Liz Smith is a gem in the world of copy editing. Her keen eye, excellent command of the AP style and outstanding grammar skills have improved the quality of Sedona Monthly. Even though we’ve only been working together a short time, I can honestly say I don’t know what I’d do without her. She’s become an essential part of our team.”–Erika Ayn Finch, Editor-in-Chief, Sedona Monthly (client)

“Working with Liz was an absolute pleasure and a learning experience. Her detail-oriented style, passion for journalism, precision and dedication to the craft are admirable and evident in the product she produces. She embodies the qualities of a professional anyone would want on their team.” –Marlene Montanez, Arizona Foothills Magazine (staff member, 2006-2008)

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