Liz Grissom wants to stop you in your tracks with the power of story and language.
As Media Director for The Frontier Project, Liz puts the transformative power of narrative into all our multimedia: video that captivates, photography that inspires, and podcasts that illuminate. She knows people are busy and distracted, so she’s passionate about producing media engaging enough to change mindsets.
Liz has always used video storytelling to connect audiences with the strategic intent of larger ideas, first as a field communications manager for a national retail chain, then as a content strategist for a startup learning and development company. She’s proud of the way her work can inspire new behavior in the audience—like the time she visited a Fortune 50 client and saw an employee watching an onboarding video she had produced, laughing out loud with headphones on, completely immersed in the video’s message.
Her belief in transformative narratives isn’t limited to her professional life. While earning her Master’s degree in Writing and Rhetoric, Liz started an English as a Second Language book club to help refugee and immigrant women in the Richmond community network while developing their English skills. In the rest of her time, if she’s not diving into a good character-driven book or movie (her current favorite author: Marilynne Robinson), she’s planning outdoor adventures and art projects with her two sons.