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Elizabeth Ann Peer

International Education Professional With a Journalism Background

Location icon United States of America

California born and proudly world bred, Elizabeth Ann has developed a passion and curiosity for discovering the world and telling its stories. Inspired by her days as a news editor for her high school newspaper, she has since moved on to write for both local and international media ranging from newspapers in Marin County, Calif. and Columbia, Missouri to the United Nations and the Beijing Olympics. She has written on topics as diverse as education, crime, and religion to developing world issues. She moved to Bangkok in 2010 to pursue her dreams of living abroad and writing about the world around her. She received her MA in Journalism in 2009, and also has earned TOEFL/TESL/TEFL certification to teach English to children and business English. She returned to the United States in 2013 and earned her MA in International Education Development at Teachers College (Columbia University), combining her skills to work with Library for All, the International Rescue Committee and Current Issues in Comparative Education.

Portfolio
Dusit
06/25/2018
สถาบันภาษา ศิลปะและวัฒนธรรม มหาวิทยาลัยสวนดุสิต

สถาบันภาษา ศิลปะและวัฒนธรรม มหาวิทยาลัยสวนดุสิต เปิดอบรมบัลเล่ต์ ประจำภาคเรียนที่ 1/2561 สำหรับเด็กอายุ 3 ขวบครึ่งขึ้นไป เริ่มเรียน 4 กรกฎาคม - 20 กันยายน 2561 หลักสูตร 12 ชั่วโมง ค่าเรียน 3,100 บาท สมัครและชำระค่าอบรม ณ สำนักงานโรงเรียนสาธิตละอออุทิศ วันที่

Columbia Missourian
11/26/2008
Tasers: the debate goes on

Imagine 50,000 volts of electricity running through your body for five seconds, the standard length of each burst by a Taser gun.

Global Journalist
12/01/2008
In the shadow of censorship

One young journalist searches for truth in the midst of China's Olympic frenzy

Library For All
02/21/2018
Homepage

Library For All is a nonprofit organization that has built a digital library to address the lack of access to books in developing countries.

Columbia Missourian
01/09/2008
A nose for service

Named after a particularly spunky character in the Garfield comics, Odie is a 2-year-old Collie who earns his keep by working for Hunter, the youngest child of the Nichols family.

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