Elizabeth McHaney (Liz) Cook Elizabeth McHaney (Liz) Cook is a Consultant to CovenantES. She supports research and candidate development activities.

Her many years of corporate experience in media include sales, finance, business development and production. As Vice President of Television at Time Inc, she oversaw the company's participation in a number of television efforts, ranging from the syndicated show EXTRA, to the weekly syndicated show, Martha Stewart Living to American Visions. Visions is an eight part series on American culture and art, hosted by Time magazine art critic Robert Hughes and co-produced with the BBC. She created and was Executive in Charge of Production for Your Mind and Body, an award winning nationally syndicated half-hour program.

Earlier in her career, she sold advertising for Group W. Later, she worked in finance and business development at NBC where her most notable accomplishments included structuring and setting up Nippon NBC, a joint venture with Mitsui and TV Tokyo; structuring Tango productions, NBC's joint venture with Yorkshire Television and putting together NBC's successful bid for the 1992 Summer Olympics.

While raising her children, Liz has advised on educational placement, program development, fund-raising, financial analysis and project management for leading private schools. Her clients have included The Chapin School, The Buckley School, Trinity School, St. James Episcopal Church, Women's Bible Society of New York, 410-57 Corporation and Time Life Medical.

Liz received an MBA from Harvard University Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Journalism from The University of Missouri. A native of Missouri, Liz is married, has three children and enjoys reading and playing tennis.

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Elizabeth McHaney Cook

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