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Elizabeth Austin (born 1958) is an American writer living in Oak Park, Illinois. Austin has lived in the Midwestern United States all her life. She began her journalism career at the now-defunct City News Bureau of Chicago and has written articles for national news magazines such as Newsweek and Time, in addition to a wide range of other national and regional publications, such as People, and the Chicago Tribune. She has also written for The Washington Monthly, Ladies Home Journal, Good Housekeeping, Self, and Shape. She has often written about medicine and health care. Austin also has been heard on WBEZ, the National Public Radio station in Chicago, as well as the BBC in the UK and Scotland. She has appeared on the Today Show and on ITV in Europe.
Austin served as speechwriter for Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich in 2004 and went on to serve as Communications Director for Illinois Lt. Governor Pat Quinn. After serving a year as Vice President for Corporate Communications at Playboy Enterprises, she returned to Illinois state government as Communications Director for the Governor's Office of Management and Budget. She later served as Communications Director for Governor Quinn's 2010 primary campaign. Since August 2010, she has been the Executive Speechwriter at Argonne National Laboratory.
Austin won the 1996 National Mental Health Association Award for Best Magazine Journalism.
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