• Born Elizabeth Plank in 1987 in Quebec, Canada
• Has a degree in women’s studies and international development from McGill University and a master’s degree in policy with an emphasis in global gender politics from the London School of Economics
• Senior producer at VOX and host of “2016ish”
• Created viral campaigns such as #WithoutTheWageGapIWould and #AllMenCan
• Net worth estimated at $1 million


Who is Liz Plank?

Born Elizabeth Plank under the sign of Pisces on the 19th of March 1987, in Quebec, Canada, Liz Plank is a 31-year-old Caucasian journalist, producer and correspondent, now with American nationality. She is perhaps best known for her significant presence in the media as the correspondent of MSNBC’s “Shift Krystal Clear”, and the senior producer at VOX. She has also had a number of other successes in the journalism profession over the course of her sometimes lucrative career during this decade.

Early Life: Growing up in Quebec

Liz was raised in her birthplace with a sister, by parents of unknown names and professions. As for her education, the name of her high school is unknown, but she supposedly matriculated in 2005, thenattended McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, from where she graduated with a degree in women’s studies and international development. While back in high school, Liz was already making an impact with her feminist attitude, having founded the “Women’s Week” at her school. She was also interested in acting and swimming, and thus took swimming lessons and participated in the school’s swimming competitions, while also playing roles in various school theatre plays, such as “The Vagina Monologues” from 1996 written by Eve Ensler. Undoubtedly also, Liz had an interest in gender studies from a very early age. After McGill University, she went to the London School of Economics in England to further her education, from where she graduated with a master’s degree in policy with an emphasis in global gender politics. While studying there, she gained fame for starting the petition on change.org that allowed female boxers to wear skirts at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, which was signed by over 55,000 individuals.

Career: An Influential Spokesperson

Liz gained her first professional experience while working as a research assistant and behavioral science consultant at the London School of Economics. She eventually started an internship at the New York-based Mic (previously known as PolicyMic), in 2013, and after performing well on the job, she was assigned the senior editor position, at which point she got to host “Flip The Script.” Later on, she was a correspondent for MSNBC’s web show entitled “Krystal Clear.”

Ultimately, she began working as a senior producer at VOX, where she is also the host of the show entitled “2016-ish”, in which she has interviewed some of the most prominent political names, such as the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau. Her writing has thus reached far and wide, and has since been featured in The New York Times, Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, Al-Jazeera International, AlterNet, Feministing, NPR, Think Progress and even MTV. She has also appeared in various shows, such as “The Today Show”, “Al-Jazeera America”, “CTV News”, “Fox News Channel”, “BBC World News”, “ABC Fusion” and “MSNBC News.” For her massive popularity and impact on the viewers, she also earned a spot on Forbes 2015 edition 30 Under 30 list, which acknowledges emerging young talent. She is also known for creating various viral campaigns, such as #WithoutTheWageGapIWould and #AllMenCan.

Love Life: In a Relationship with Christopher Lewarne

Although Liz generally never mentions any aspect of her love life while addressing the public in her numerous written and recorded posts, it is known that she does have a boyfriend, while any of her affairs are a mystery. On November 22nd 2013, she shared a Huffingtonpost.com post on her Facebook account, stating: ‘So proud of my amazing boyfriend for being featured in Huffington Post Business for his amazing article on #WalMart!’ However, this post was made almost five years ago, and Liz is yet to clarify her current relationship status. Thus, according to her words, or the lack thereof, they are still together. Also, there hasn’t been any controversy regarding their relationship.

What is Liz Plank’s Net Worth?

Have you ever wondered how rich Liz Plank is, as of mid-2018? According to various authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the current total of Liz’s accumulated wealth is close to $1 million, made primarily as a social media influencer, while she earned the most from her long-term presence in the media as the senior editor at VOX and the host of “2016ish.” As her career continues to develop, the said amount can be expected to increase.

Body Measurements

Concerning the physical attributes of the experienced social media influencer, her vital statistics, height and current weight are unknown. Her body shape is generally described as slim, while her hair color is dyed pitch dark and her eyes are dark brown.

Social Media Presence

Due to the major influence of social networks, it is nowadays a regular thing for active celebrities to nourish a close and active relationship with their fans, for the sake of increasing the popularity of the projects they’re working on, and thus their own net worth. Liz herself seems to be a regular subscriber, if not the leading example of this celebrity trend, as her presence is ubiquitous on most of the popular social media networks. Her Facebook page has almost 90,000 followers, her Twitter account almost 125,000, and her Instagram account has over 130,000 fans.



Flip the Script with Liz Plank2015TV Mini-Series 6 episodes


Flip the Script with Liz Plank2015TV Mini-Series producer - 6 episodes


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Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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