Elizabeth Rodil was born and raised in the City of Angels and grew up in the suburb of Bellflower, California. She received her undergraduate degree in Communication Studies with a concentration in Broadcasting at California State University Long Beach and graduated Cum Laude. During her undergraduate career, she interned at a Los Angeles television station, KTLA Channel 5, as an Assignment Desk intern where she found her love for news.
Elizabeth decided to pursue her education and received her Masters in Digital Journalism from National University in San Diego, California. She interned at BLND Public Relations to understand the marketing side of journalism.
In October of 2015, she landed her first on-air job with FOX 23, WHPM-TV in Hattiesburg, Mississippi as a Multi-Media Reporter. Elizabeth grew familiar with the Magnolia state for two years and reported on a variety of stories from crime, weather, feature, sports, and spot news. She covered controversial Mississippi news such as House Bill 1523 and the state flag.
She was involved in CSULB's Greek system and was a member of the Delta Zeta sorority. Since Elizabeth lived most of her life minutes away from the beautiful California beaches she used to lifeguard, is an environmentalist, and marine life fanatic. She is a dog-mom and spends a lot of her time with her rescue dog, Kobe.
When she isn’t working you can catch her swimming, kayaking, trying new restaurants, or attempting to finish a local 5k run. Although, Mobile is her new home the Los Angeles Lakers and Dodgers will always have her heart!