Elizabeth R. Rose Elizabeth (Liz) Rose is a freelance writer and photographer with a passion for travel throughout the southwestern United States.Liz has a background in sociology and archaeology, with a specialization in Hispanic cultures. She has volunteered for programs such as the Adopt a Native Elder Program in order to learn about and increase her understanding of indigenous cultures.She has written on travel topics for online publications such as Bindu Trips, Real Food Traveler, Wander With Wonder, and Sunset magazine's digital supplement. She is also published in Northwest Travel & Life magazine and Gallup Journey Magazine.She is the senior editor of Wander With Wonder.She is a member of the International Association of Food, Wine and Travel Writers. Experience Elizabeth Rose is a former writer for TripSavvy, specializing in the U.S. Southwest for nearly five years. She is an expert on cultural tourism, and she uses her background in sociology and archaeology to add context to her travel content.Her travel writing has appeared in online publications ranging from Bindu Trips and Real Food Traveler to Wander With Wonder and Sunset magazine's digital supplement. She has also been published in Northwest Travel & Life magazine and Gallup Journey magazine. Education Elizabeth Rose earned her bachelor's degree in social work from Kansas State University and a master's degree in social work from San Jose State University's bicultural/bilingual MSW program in Spanish and English.Awards and PublicationsBindu TripsReal Food TravelerWander With Wonder About TripSavvy and Dotdash TripSavvy, a Dotdash brand, is a travel site written by real experts, not anonymous reviewers. You’ll find that our 20-year-strong library of more than 30,000 articles will make you a savvy traveler—showing you how to book a hotel the whole family will love, where to find the best bagel in New York City, and how to skip the lines at theme parks. We give you the confidence to spend your vacation actually vacationing, not fumbling with a guidebook or second-guessing yourself. Learn more about us and our editorial guidelines.