Elizabeth Ortiz is an assistant professor of communication at Cedar Crest College. Her research looks closely at representations of women and girls in media and the limited roles that these characters play.
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Cabrini College: M.Ed., Education 2012
Syracuse University: M.A., Media Studies 2003
Cedar Crest Colege: B.A., Communication & Dance 2001
- Cactus Blue Mexican Restaurant : Co-Owner
- The Crestiad : Adviser
- Boys and Girls Club of Allentown : Member
- Hispanic American League of Artists : Member
Media Appearances (2)
Cedar Crest College online
Elizabeth Ortiz '01 was merely eight years old when she made her first startling discovery — one that would give way to a life-long fascination with the media and eventually launch her on a path leading directly to Cedar Crest College...
It's finally time to redefine what 'like a girl' means
The Morning Call online
You throw like a girl. I've heard these words as much as anyone else, I suppose, but I've had the privilege of (re)defining "like a girl" in my own ways. As a faculty member at Cedar Crest College, a women's college with a 147-year history of educating women as leaders, I have the privilege to spend a great deal of my time talking with students about the importance of girls and women's self-concept...