Elizabeth Ostler

Elizabeth Ostler, Ph.D. is a Brooklyn-based storyteller, researcher, artist & activist. 

Liz is a multimedia artist, photographer, sculptor, and writer. She uses her art to bring awareness to social issues and to heal a fractured world.

Liz is the founder of Life’s Echoes.

Liz is a theater-maker, specializing in directing and puppetry. She is the creator of Communal Theater, an approach to creating theater rooted in the belief that theater should be a communion between the audience and the theater event. Liz has been creating theater for over twenty years with various theaters in New York and Utah.

Liz is the Editor-in-Chief of The LDS Women’s Project.

Liz’s doctorate is in Contemporary Learning and Interdisciplinary Research from Fordham University. Her research focuses on cultural master narratives and belonging.

Liz holds an MFA in theater directing from Brooklyn College and a BA in Liberal Arts from Sarah Lawrence College.