Since the early 1990s, she has been an executive, editor, producer, educator and consultant leading media, marketers and publishing brands in the interactive space. A pioneer in news and information online, her experience includes projects as diverse as launching The New York Times on the Web;
helping make Yahoo News the number one online news destination; deploying the publishing system for The Financial Times; teaching and developing curricula for interactive journalism and online community; tackling emerging trends in social media that deliver real user engagement, and pioneering the application of semantic technologies to both relational content display and monetization.
A frequent speaker on technology, social media and publishing, Osder has addressed audiences on the topic of rapid adoption of new technologies and innovation in media.
As an educator, Elizabeth has taught in the graduate journalism and communications programs at USC Annenberg, Columbia University and New York University in visual journalism, multimedia reporting, product development, media management and building and managing online community. She has also conducted professional seminars across the US and in China, Scandinavia and Spain in communications, business and design programs.
She holds an M.A. from the University of Missouri School Of Journalism. In 2001-2002 she was awarded a John S. Knight Fellowship at Stanford University where she studied technologies and communications.
Residing in Los Angeles, Elizabeth claims being the first girl to play competitive Little League Baseball as her most cherished accomplishment.
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