Lizbeth Meredith is survivor of domestic violence and child kidnapping who went on to work for three decades in the justice field.  An award-winning author of Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters, her memoir is now a television movie for Lifetime, Stolen By Their Father.  Today, Lizbeth is a sought-after speaker, coach, and teaches book marketing to new authors online and in conferences. Find her Speaker One sheet HERE.


Lizbeth recently relocated to Chattanooga, Tennessee after more than five decades in Alaska and is often found Facetiming with her adult daughters and their pets. After leaving the battered women's shelter, Lizbeth earned a degree in journalism and a master's degree in psychology. Lizbeth's embraced solo travel on a budget, and has dipped her toe in six of the seven continents so far. Though her sense of direction is nearly non-existent, Lizbeth has found allies in all languages who help her re-route and find her way home.


In her off- time, Lizbeth enjoys movies and books, talks with her podcast guests at Persistence U with Lizbeth, and Facetime chats with her adult daughters where they may or may not discuss The Real Housewives. Lizbeth's been featured on A&E, Access Hollywood, and in, Woman's Day, Money-ish, and the New York Times.



Book An Experience With Lizbeth Meredith

Lizbeth Meredith Reviews

  • What is your favorite quote? "We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails." Dolly Parton.
  • Are there any moments that stand out as having a significant impact on your career? When my children were kidnapped and taken out of country, and I made only $10 an hour to address the $100K problem, my also-broke coworkers pooled their resources, donating leave so I could s
  • Outside of your profession do you have any hobbies/interests? I'm learning to stand-up paddle board, reading fiction and non, movies at the theater are my drink, and I love going for easy hikes to find wildlife.
  • Who do you look up to as a mentor and why? My former supervisor Heather Flynn was a rebel before her time, and I learned there was a time to move forward and ignore rules that served no one if it benefitted many.
  • Is there anything else we should know about you? Each of my jobs, as a domestic abuse advocate, a child abuse investigator, and juvenile probation supervisor, required me to give trainings and talks at conferences. Now I love incorporating