Elizabeth Doyle is the senior creative copywriter for Best Friends Animal Society, and head of their copywriting department. She’s been with them for over a decade, and is responsible for writing and overseeing the writing of the fundraising materials, stewardship materials, marketing materials and more for every division, branch and location of the organization.
Many years ago, after having her romantic manuscript pulled from a “slush pile” at Random House during somebody’s coffee break, prompting a phone call that she suspected at first was a prank, she became one of the youngest published romance novelists of the 1990s, and soon had seven books published in three different languages.
In her spare time, she became one of the original members of Austin Pets Alive!. She was in charge of the No-Kill Handbill, which at the time, she ran as a daily publication, she created an Austin pet-friendly rental list, and wrote a profile-a-day about an animal in danger at the shelter for a few years straight.
In 2002, she accepted a job with Best Friends Animal Society.