Elizabeth Hill graduated from the State University of New York at Oneonta with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication specializing in audio editing. Shortly after graduation she began working at WAMC in the engineering department as a weekend control room operator. Hill brought her passion for traveling to Northeast Public Radio by introducing Postcards From The Road. Postcards is WAMC's travel podcast, which talks to people from all walks of life about their travel experiences. From the international coffee trade and a quest for sobriety to Alaskan dog races across the U.S. to the high peaks in New York's Adirondack Park. Postcards brings listeners on a journey across the globe.
In 2019 she began work in the programming department. She coordinates efforts to expand WAMC listenership to radio stations across the country.
Hill is also a contributing producer for WAMC's national productions 51% and The Best Of Our Knowledge. Reporting for 51% she has introduced WAMC listeners to TIME'S UP and competitive axe throwing. Hill has also spoken with authors on topics such as faith and politics, depression and racial injustice. For The Best Of Our Knowlege, Hill has spoken to multiple authors including Callum Roberts, a leading marine conservationist.
Additionally, Hill is the radio editor for WAMC's music program Live At The Linda in 2019. LATL brings listeners some of the best musical performances that have played at The Linda- WAMC's performing arts studio.
Tune in to WAMC or listen right here at wamc.org