Liz Cole Biography
A native of Greensboro, Ga, United States, Liz Cole is executive producer of NBC News’ newsmagazine Dateline NBC, the longest-running series in NBC primetime history. In 2018, Cole was named president of NBC News’ Peacock Productions, a nonfiction show firm that produces documentaries special events, and series.
Liz Cole Age
Unfortunately, there is no information concerning Cole’s age, birth month, and birthplace. We will update this section when the information is available.
Liz Cole Height
Cole stands at an average height. However, details regarding his actual height and weight are currently not publicly available. This section will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Liz Cole Education
Cole graduated from Vassar College.
Liz Cole Family
Thron was born and raised by her parents in Greensboro, Ga, United States. She is the daughter of Lynda and Ronald Cole of Greensboro, Ga. Her father, a former publisher of Reader’s Digest magazine, retired as a vice president of the Reader’s Digest Association in Pleasantville, N.Y.Our efforts to find more information about her mother came to no avail as no such information is publicly available. It is also not known if he has any siblings. We will update this section.
Liz Cole Husband
Elizabeth Cole, a segment producer for ”Dateline NBC” in New York, was happily married yesterday to Christian Mastrangelo Martin, an associate segment producer for the show. The Rev. Dr. Timothy J. Mulder performed the ceremony at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Gladstone, N.J.
Liz Cole Net Worth
Cole has an estimated net worth of $1.6 Million.
Liz Cole NBC News
Since launching NBC News Studios in 2020 Cole has designed and managed an exhibition of dividend documentaries and series. In more than two decades as a journalist and storyteller, she has produced everything from news magazines to award-winning investigations to true crime.
She is also the administrative producer of Dateline, the longest-running show in NBC primetime history, and an executive producer of Studios’ first scripted project, The Thing About Pam, starring Renee Zellweger. Cole entered 30 Rock for the first time as an intern for a local crime reporter and assignments included car chases with mafia boss John Gotti and jet skiing with DEA agents under the George Washington Bridge.
She is the champion of multiple Emmy, DuPont, and Peabody awards and has been known to show them in her children’s rooms alongside their sports trophies.
Liz Cole Career
Cole retired as Associate Dean for the College of Arts and Sciences at Bowling Green State University in 2005. She also maintains the academic title of Professor Emeritus. In her role at BGSU, she was liable for alumni outreach, new program development, graduate studies, public relations, and marketing for the college.
Through her administration, the Ohio Board of Regents unanimously consented to an MA in Art Education degree for BGSU. In addition, she operated near the College of Education and Human Development on teacher education reform, for which she and her team received a $4.2M grant from the Department of Education.
Before coming to BGSU, she spent 22 years at the University of Toledo. Her service there enclosed Chair of the Department of Art and the director of the Art Education program, where she oversaw the building of the Frank Gehry-designed Center for Visual Arts at the Toledo Museum of Art.
She also served as Associate Dean for the College of Arts and Sciences. A nationally recognized expert on young children’s art, she co-founded the early childhood program for the Museum in 1978. This program, which has introduced hundreds of children to the Museum’s collections, is now a cornerstone for the Museum’s education division.
Her contributions to the field of art and art education are extensive. She co-authored the book Art to Art; has written two education handbooks, chapters in several early childhood textbooks, and illustrated an anatomy book.
She has also written more than 20 journal articles and has made more than 40 presentations at regional, national and international conferences. In addition, her work with children in inner London primary schools has been recognized in publications as well as through exhibitions of the children’s work throughout the United Kingdom.