Elizabeth A. Baker

Public Relations & Communications

United States

Elizabeth Baker is a Portland-based public relations and communications expert focused on strategic planning and execution, messaging, crisis communications, branding, content development, project management, copywriting, social media management, thought leadership, and advertising.

She has more than two decades of experience in the finance, healthcare, higher education, food, nonprofit, environmental, government, and journalism industries. She is passionate about creating compelling messaging that will move people to action.

Portfolio

Northwest Credit Union Association Content

NWCUA
06/02/2020
SBA Loan Keeps Caregivers Working, Helping Those Most Vulnerable

When Oregon Mennonite Residential Services stepped up its care, so did Central Willamette Credit Union. Before COVID-19, Oregon Mennonite Residential Services was on the brink of something big - a significant funding increase that would have helped the organization on a number of levels.

Pima Medical Institute Content Development & PR

Lymphedema Treatment Act PR

Lymphedema Treatment Act
03/09/2015
What is Lymphedema?

Media release written by Elizabeth Baker, pitched to healthcare reporters nationwide, picked up by several outlets, including The Washington Post.

Central Washington University Book of Artists

Washington State University Press
12/5/2008
Crossroads and Connections

A book of artists bios written by Elizabeth Baker and published by Washington State University.

Journalism

Daily Record
03/18/2006
Logging: A bygone era

A look back at the logging industry of Central Washington state. Winner of an Associated Press award for Environmental Reporting.

Daily Record
06/25/2005
Freeway plan calls for wildlife passages

The Washington State Department of Transportation's plan to revamp roads along Interstate 90 includes some revolutionary ways to improve safe passages for wildlife.

Yakima Herald-Republic
10/23/2000
Not in My Backyard

An in-depth look at sex offender relocation in Washington state and how it impacts communities and families.