Liz is an experienced and eloquent public speaker. With her natural attention to detail, engaging style and scientific credibility she is adept at conference facilitation and hosting, as well as chairing and taking part in expert panels for a wide range of organisations.
As a well versed after dinner speaker, Liz also loves regaling audiences with tales of her travels, her experiences with wild animals, and what she continues to learn about the natural world and what it needs to thrive.
Liz examines one of the biggest environmental threats facing the modern world. As science reveals the full extent of the ocean plastic crisis, she investigates the obstacles that must be overcome as a matter of urgency to solve it.
Liz regularly hosts the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards from the Natural History Museum's Hintze Hall – a highlight in her calendar.
Liz interviewed Sir David Attenborough for the grand re-opening of the Museum of Zoology at Cambridge University.
Liz joined Galapagos Conservation Trust to talk about her filming project in Galapagos and host a panel on plastic pollution and how it threatens the archipelago.
Liz co-hosts the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards for its 50th anniversary in the company of very special guests.