About

Elizabeth Peace is an award-winning journalist, author and TV news anchor. After working on Capitol Hill as a communications director and speechwriter for Congress, she accepted the opportunity to work with the Department of Defense* as a Public Affairs Officer. She is a published author currently working on her third book. She hosts a weekly podcast and live web show. Throughout the year, she travels the country to speak on behalf of survivors of sexual assault and child sex abuse. She is a trained facilitator for Darkness to Light, teaching the Stewards of Children child sexual abuse prevention program.

Elizabeth is the founder of St. George News, the largest news and media organization in southern Utah, volunteers as a judge for the Society of Professional Journalists annual Media in Excellence awards, and teaches broadcast journalism and public relations courses in the DC area. She is a faculty member for the Leadership Institute and teaches on-camera, journalism and public affairs courses.

An avid volunteer, she has served on the board of directors for the Washington City Chamber of Commerce and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate). She was dance captain of the Chaparrals, a volunteer for domestic violence victims and volunteered to mentor at-risk youth.

A former Air Force Security Forces Officer, Elizabeth met her husband, Warren Peace, while working as a morning news anchor. Her husband is a U.S. Marine currently serving on active duty for more than a decade. They have two children and adopted a Presa Canary they named Bradley.

*The DoD is not responsible for any of the comments or posts made on this website. All posts, comments and thoughts belong solely to the author.