Easy Radio Presents The Liz Callaway Show!
Liz Callaway hails from Long Island, New York but has made Myrtle Beach her home since 2013.
As host of “The Liz Callaway Show” on YouTube, she interviews Grand Strand women accomplishing amazing things in the community. Every show features three guests who will Inspire, Inform and Ignite your Spirit. They are a filmed in front of a live local “Happy Hour” audience twice each month. Audience members are encouraged to participate, network, enjoy Happy Hour Show Specials and stay for some really fun door prizes! Updates and previous episodes are available on this page… so stay tuned!
Liz Callaway is currently the Corporate Marketing Manager and On-Field Host at the Myrtle Beach Pelicans – the Minor League Affiliate for the Chicago Cubs organization.
Liz is very passionate about helping neighbors rise up out of homelessness through her work on the New Directions of Horry County Board of Directors. Additionally, she is also fondly known as “The Conway Ford Girl with the Dog.” That’s because in every Conway Ford TV commercial, she features a shelter pup that’s available for adoption.
For the five years before joining the Pelicans, Liz brought Grand Stranders all the news they needed to start their day on WRNN 99.5 FM’s Hot Talk Morning Show. While she’s interviewed and mingled with many high-profile politicians and celebrities over the years, she is proudest of serving and becoming part of the fabric in the Myrtle Beach community, a strong, vibrant and resilient community.
Since graduating from Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY with a Communication Arts Degree and minors in Political Science and Fine Arts, Liz has always worked in the journalism, sales, marketing, management and entertainment fields.
Together with her children and Dennis, Liz enjoys all Myrtle Beach has to offer especially Pelicans Baseball, the Beach and Golf. Her son Nick is a Coastal Carolina University graduate who now works as the Creative Content Coordinator and Lead Photographer for the Myrtle Beach Safari. Her daughter, Emily, is currently enrolled in Horry Georgetown Technical College.