About Liz Gold

 In a subway station somewhere in NYC ...

In a subway station somewhere in NYC ...

Since my writing first appeared in a newspaper at the ripe age of six, I have been published in a variety of capacities writing about everything from Kennebunkport and southern Maine municipal government, art and cultural events, to cloud technology and business transformation. My experience extends to both corporate and freelance; I'm a former Senior Editor at the B2B publication Accounting Today, writing about public accounting firms with a specialization in diversity, technology, best practices, and business development. During my tenure, I was also cofounder and editor of Accounting Tomorrow, a blog focused on intergenerational workplace issues that is still thriving today. While I was in-house at a top-25, US, $175 million accounting, tax, and consulting firm based in New York City, I ran its PR initiatives, spearheaded a brand messaging campaign, and developed thought leadership with the firm's partnership. Later, I hosted Let's Get Radical, an online talk radio show on VoiceAmerica, focused on small businesses and creative entrepreneurs. Most recently, I have been writing about accountants working in the cannabis industry on CPA Trendlines and reporting on cannabis trends for Southern Oregon Good Herb magazine in Oregon. I recently moved to the great Pacific Northwest after living in New York for 10 years and training in Goju karate at the Center for Anti-Violence Education in Brooklyn. 

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  Want more juice? Interested in knowing what I really think about things? Check out my blog    1     4 Karat Living    , where I share my thoughts on cannabis, relationships, business-owning, freelancing and a whole host of other topics. Fair warning: there's swearing involved.

Want more juice? Interested in knowing what I really think about things? Check out my blog 14 Karat Living, where I share my thoughts on cannabis, relationships, business-owning, freelancing and a whole host of other topics. Fair warning: there's swearing involved.

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