Liz Funk is a writer, entrepreneur, and sales manager in upstate New York.
Liz Funk has written for USA Today, Newsday, the Washington Post, the Christian Science Monitor, AOL.com, MSNBC.com, the Albany Times Union, theFrisky.com, YourTango.com, and the Huffington Post.
She is the author of the book, "Supergirls Speak Out" (Simon and Schuster, 2009), a non-fiction book about overachieving girls.
Liz Funk regularly speaks at colleges about healthy ambition, achieving for the right reasons, and how overachievers can go after their goals sustainably.
She has spoken at nearly 100 colleges across the country, including Cornell University, Duke University, NYU, Boston University, Boston College, Rice University, the University of Wisconsin, the University of Virginia, and Indiana University.
Liz Funk likes to blog about books, other writers she enjoys, mental health, self-improvement, career exploration, wellness, entrepreneurship, careers, and living well.
She shares updates on her writing and research for her next book, a collection of interviews with people living with obsessive-compulsive disorder.