About Liz Faublas

Liz Faublas is an award winning anchor and reporter and a television producer with 20-years of experience behind the scenes, in front of the camera and on the radio. The multi-faceted journalist is currently the anchor of Currents, the world’s only daily half-hour evening news program with a faith-based perspective. The program is part of DeSales Media, the communications and technology arm of the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens.

Liz was born in Brooklyn, New York. Her character and personality reflect the confidence, heart and drive her beloved borough is known for. She graduated from St. John’s University and immediately embarked on a prolific career in broadcast covering the stock market, global economies, faith-based news and world, international and local stories. Liz’s coverage of the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland and Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia affirmed her reputation as a dynamic, versatile journalist. The television news veteran secured in-depth interviews with ranking local politicians including New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Senator Charles Rangel, New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, former Mayor David Dinkins and Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito. Liz also filed comprehensive interviews with children’s advocate and respected politician Mark Kennedy Shriver as well as several state delegates and spokespersons for the Ohio and Pennsylvania ACLUs, the President of Catholic Charities Cleveland and Lee Fisher, former Lieutenant Governor of Ohio and Dean of Cleveland State University’s School of Law, among several others.

As one of the country’s most respected Catholic television anchors, Liz has traveled to Rome’s Vatican City to provide extensive coverage of Pope Francis and his predecessor Pope Emeritus Benedict the XVI, leaders of the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics. Local church leaders praise her sharp, probing and accurate reporting on critical issues surrounding the Roman Catholic Church. A skilled interviewer, Liz was one of few reporters allowed exclusive access to Catholic Dioceses throughout Brooklyn and Queens devastated by Super Storm Sandy (the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season). The smart, affable t-v personality is described by colleagues and friends as the person you can to talk to all day about everything from politics to current events and the Pope and never get bored. She is journalism with integrity and humanity.

Prior to joining Currents Liz was a writer, producer and fill-in reporter for Bloomberg Television, one of the most influential sources of reporting on global stock markets and economies. She joined a team of correspondents reporting from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during one of the most volatile periods in U.S. stock market history. She covered unprecedented events including the collapse of the technology bubble, the fall of Enron, the September 11 terrorist attacks and the sub-prime mortgage crisis.

In 2010, Liz was awarded the New York Association of Black Journalists Award in recognition of her Bloomberg History Makers series. In 2008, she received the New York Association of Black Journalists Award in recognition of her Bloomberg News African Americans Making History series.

In her spare time, the well-rounded mother of one is a freelance writer and founder of a small, private literary company that offers a wide array of writing services to everyone from authors to entertainers. Liz maintains strong ties with both her College and High School Alma Maters, serving as a mentor for St. John’s University’s “Count On Alumni For Career Help” program or COACH. The proud Haitian-American is also a motivational speaker who has delivered several keynote addresses as a representative for Brooklyn and Queens’ Catholic Haitian community, which is among the largest in the world. Liz is also a respected stand-up comedian who has performed at renowned venues throughout the country.