MEET THE TEAM
Liz Earle Wellbeing is an inspirational lifestyle magazine bursting with fresh ideas to eat well, look good and feel great. You can subscribe here to be amongst the first to receive each new issue.
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Meet the team
Liz Earle MBE is our Editor-in-Chief. Having founded the magazine in 2014, Liz’s trusted voice of wellbeing wisdom can be found on pretty much every page. When not reading her emails, Liz can be found hosting Instagram and Facebook ‘lives’ at home or in our Wellbeing Studios. You can also follow Liz on her personal social media too, where you’ll find her @LizEarleMe on both Twitter and Instagram.
Annie Darling is our team assistant. She is an invaluable member of the team at the Wellbeing Studios and handles most of our customer enquiries.
Polly Beard is our Managing Editor, and also our Commercial & Brand Director. With a varied career working with many, many different companies and publications over the years, plus stints as a bestselling author, events guru, a columnist for The Times and even an auctioneer, she has been at Liz Earle Wellbeing since its launch in 2013 and at Liz’s side ever since. Always on the lookout for new partnerships, and ensuring each and every one of Liz’s projects run like clockwork, she’s your first port of call about working with Liz or the Wellbeing brand.
Ellie Smith is our Editor. Driven by her passion for uncovering simple ways we can all look and feel our best, Ellie oversees the production of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine and writes much of our health and beauty content. She can be found researching the latest in nutrition news, interviewing leading wellness experts and testing the new beauty launches that land on her desk. Alongside our Producer Chessie Bent and production team at Fresh Air Productions she also oversees The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show podcast.
Betty Beard is our Commercial Manager working alongside tried and trusted brands to create successful partnerships. Betty manages our affiliate program and looks after the commercial planning for Liz Earle Wellbeing. She is also our Food Editor and oversees all our food and drink content in the magazine.
Amy Moore is our Head of Digital. With experience as a digital editor at the Royal Horticultural Society and Bauer Media, she brings online know-how to the Wellbeing Studios. She creates and curates content for the Liz Earle Wellbeing website and oversees our social media channels, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Plus, as a fully-qualified yoga teacher, she has a keen interest in health and wellbeing.
Rachel Andrews is our Social Media and Community Manager. Rachel brings her passion for all-things wellbeing together with her expert knowledge on social media to curate the content that you see on Liz Earle Wellbeing’s Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and TikTok channels.
Nicky Acketts is our energetic and creative Design Director with a wealth of global experience in publishing, branded content and corporate design. She brings us her experience gained at flagship design houses including Condé Nast and Time Inc. A natural collaborator, Nicky sells us her ideas for smart and stunning layouts with style and passion and brings together all our efforts crafting the beautifully designed pages of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine.
We also have a wonderful, talented team of regular contributors who help us create inspirational and expert content for the magazine:
Eleanor Mills is the founder of Noon and an award-winning editor, writer and broadcaster.
Mira Parmar is an expert MUA and hair stylist who has worked with the likes of Joanna Lumley and Cara Delevingne.
James Earl is qualified and experienced psychotherapist & relationship counsellor.
Nico Ghirlando, aka The Modern Husband, has a professional background as both a food photographer and chef, and is a celebrated food stylist, food and recipe writer.