Liz Thomas

Liz loves tackling tough communications challenges and the more difficult and intertwined they are, the better for Liz. She’s at her best when the going gets tough, and tough it goes for much of Liz’s client work. Liz has spent more than 35 years as an entrepreneur, owning and operating several public relations firms before opening Thomas/Boyd Communications with Pam Boyd in 1998.

Recognized as a strategist and problem-solver, Liz aligns her knowledge of government and politics with communications goals and objectives to tackle complex public relations matters. Liz loves a good laugh and tries to find ways to make even the most challenging work, “fun.”

Liz has been named a Woman of Distinction by The Philadelphia Business Journal; one of New Jersey’s Leading Women Entrepreneurs by New Jersey Monthly Magazine; one of the Top 50 Women in Business and a Champion of the C-Suite by ROI-NJ; one of the Best 50 Women in Business by NJBIZ; and a Person to Watch by SJ Magazine. She received the Circle of Excellence Award from Samaritan (Healthcare & Hospice) for her dedication to the organization and the community.

She is a founding member of the board of Public Media NJ, Inc., a non-profit affiliate of The WNET Group which operates NJ PBS and where she serves as chair of the Nominating and Development Committee. She serves on the executive committee and the board of the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey and the board of the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce. She is a trustee of the Avalon Home and Land Owners Association and is a member of The Salvation Army Kroc Center Camden Community Relations and Development Committee, serving as chair of the Kroc Center’s 10th Anniversary Committee. Until a recent merger, she also served as a member of the Liberty Bell Bank Advisory Board.

Liz received a B.A. in English and Sociology from Moravian College.