Elizabeth McDonald jumps to delicious. from BroadsheetBy Neeraja Gopalakrishnan in Media News on Monday, 22nd May 2023 at 3:06pm
Elizabeth McDonald has joined the delicious. team as News Editor.
Prior to that, she was a National Assistant Editor at Broadsheet.
McDonald took to LinkedIn to share that she is joining the team at Delicious.
“To work at Delicious is a real pinch-me moment and I’m feeling super proud,” she said.
Maya Skidmore, Lifestyle writer and Editor at Time Out Sydney congratulated McDonald on her new role.
McDonald has helmed as a Food and Drink Editor at Time Out Group for nearly two years and is also a freelance copywriter, restaurant reviewer and social media manager.
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