Elizabeth Schulze is a multimedia journalist at CNBC International, based in London. She reports, writes, produces and edits videos for CNBC's digital platforms.
Elizabeth was previously a field producer at CNBC's global headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. She produced the economics beat for three years with CNBC Senior Economics Reporter Steve Liesman, covering the Federal Reserve and U.S. economy. Elizabeth also worked as a producer on CNBC's breaking news desk and as an associate producer on "The Kudlow Report."
Elizabeth graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
Follow Elizabeth Schulze on Twitter at @eschulze9.
Political leaders from Winston Churchill to Barack Obama have referred to the U.K.-U.S. relationship as “special” to reinforce shared cultural, economic, diplomatic and military bonds.
Paraguay’s youngest, and first female, finance minister is on a mission to make her country more transparent.
Advertising executives are facing a lot of questions about the future of their business - and not a lot of answers. CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports from the Cannes Lions festival.
Cannes, France is home to some of the biggest festivals in the film and advertising industries, CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports about how the economic impact of these events goes beyond the main stage.
A world where all you need to buy something with the sound of your own voice isn’t so far away. CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports from the Money 20/20 conference in Amsterdam.
A sweeping data privacy law known as the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) goes into effect across the EU today.