Lizzie is a contributing correspondent for Science. She covers archaeology and Latin America for the magazine from her home in Mexico City. After graduating from Barnard College in 2008 with a degree in comparative literature, she studied translation theory at the National Autonomous University of Mexico as a Fulbright scholar. Along the way, she stumbled into an internship in the Fermilab communications office and discovered a passion for science writing.
After returning from the Fulbright, Lizzie was a fellow at Wired and an intern at Science. She headed back to Mexico as a correspondent in 2013. Her work has appeared in Aeon, Slate, and the California Sunday Magazine, among others. She is also a regular contributor to Wired.