Who is Eliza Fletcher?
Eliza Fletcher is a senior at the University of Michigan, studying Environmental Policy.
Eliza is passionate about environmental sustainability and climate change.
In the past, she has interned at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE).
Eliza Fletcher was born on October 28, 1817, in Montague, Massachusetts to David and Eliza Fletcher.
Fletcher was born in the United Kingdom, so she's a citizen of both the United Kingdom and the United States.
At the age of 21, Eliza married William Jones, a local carpenter, and shortly after they moved to the town of Winchester.
Eliza Fletcher is a creative writer who specializes in short fiction and travel writing.
She has been writing professionally for over 10 years and has been published in literary journals such as The Kenyon Review, American Short Fiction.
Eliza received her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Mississippi and her BA in English from the University of Virginia.
She went to a UK university for her undergraduate degree and decided to stay in the UK for her masters.
She has been traveling back and forth between the two countries for the past few years.
Eliza has been involved in research on the effects of child maltreatment on health outcomes and access to care.
She has also worked on policy initiatives to increase access to care for the homeless population in Los Angeles.