Liz helps her clients in their most challenging moments, specializing in crisis communications, litigation communications and executive communications with a focus on sports clients.
Liz’s early career was spent doing executive communications and public affairs for leaders in the college sports industry, working for the NCAA and the Pac-12.
As a college football enthusiast, Liz spends as many fall Saturdays as possible tailgating below the Mason-Dixon line. She also loves politics, museums, and traveling.
Liz Beadle is a Managing Director in FGS Global’s Strategic Communications Division, working in the firm’s Washington D.C. office. Liz works with a wide variety of clients across industries but has had a special focus on sports clients during her time at FGS Global.
Liz loves a challenge and relishes the opportunity to work at the center of some of the most high-profile, complex communications moments in the world. Specializing in crisis, litigation and executive communications, Liz has helped clients achieve their communications goals during some of their most challenging moments. Her passion is the intersection of sports and society – working on issues in sports that reach far beyond the field or court. From diversity and inclusion to health and safety, Liz is always looking to bring our national pastimes into critical national conversations.
Prior to joining the firm, Liz spent three years working in public affairs at the Pac-12 Conference and Pac-12 Networks in San Francisco and one year working in executive communications in the office of the President of the NCAA in Indianapolis. In these roles, Liz developed and executed public affairs strategies on everything from concussion research to sustainability to student-athlete rights.
A native Arkansan, Liz graduated from the University of Arkansas with Bachelor’s Degrees in Political Science and Journalism, with a focus on Advertising and Public Relations.