Elizabeth Gribkoff is an environmental journalist with experience in political, investigative, and science reporting. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies with a minor in Spanish from the University of Vermont. After college, Elizabeth did stints building trails in Northern California, researching bees on Vermont blueberry farms, and helping clients close deals at a corporate law firm.
Wanting to combine her passions for writing and environmental issues, Elizabeth landed an internship at online investigative news site VTDigger.org. She shortly moved into the full-time role of energy and environment reporter, where she covered topics ranging from cyanobacteria blooms to solar development over the past two years. When not writing, she can be found camping, swimming, cooking, backpacking and practicing her Spanish.