Elizabeth Kim has been a reporter at The Advocate, a daily newspaper in Stamford, Conn., since July 2008. Through coverage of real estate development and urban planning initiatives, she writes daily as well as enterprise stories about Stamford’s changing landscape. Her occasional series called “The Way We Live” profiles residents in various new housing developments across the city. In 2010, she and a reporter from The Greenwich Time were awarded first place in the best business/consumer news category by the New England Associated Press News Executives Association for their story about the rise and fall of a team of developers who initiated the redevelopment of Stamford’s industrial waterfront district. A life-long New Yorker, she received her undergraduate degree in economics from Columbia University and earned a masters in economics from New York University. She joined the staff of The Advocate after graduating from the Columbia University School of Journalism.
She lives in Manhattan with her husband Andrew and their son Henry.