Dr. Liz

Dr. Elizabeth Henry (Dr. Liz) is highly regarded as a leading expert on the health and
well-being of youth. She is passionate about making a difference in the lives of tweens
and teens by addressing their physical, emotional, and mental needs. She frequently
counsels young people, as well as their parents, on how to live a happy and successful
life. Dr. Liz has developed and facilitated numerous empowerment workshops and
career seminars for tweens and teens ranging in age from ten to eighteen. In addition,
she serves as a youth/physician consultant for a number of organizations.

As an advocate for youth, Dr. Liz formed Lorraine Consulting, LLC (d/b/a Dr. Liz
Consulting) in 2009 to focus her attention on providing youth with the knowledge and
confidence to lead healthy and productive lives. Her objective is to brand “Dr. Liz” as a
nationally known expert on the health and well-being of youth.

She is a frequent speaker at health conventions, hospital symposiums and association
meetings and has appeared as a guest on The Natasha Show (Comcast TV 30), as well
as the Dr. Helen Krest radio program which is broadcasted nationwide. Dr. Liz serves on
the St. Peter’s University Hospital Speaker’s Bureau and was the keynote speaker for
the Franklin Township Martin Luther King Day Breakfast in 2006. She played an
instrumental role in a leadership conference for girls, “Through the Looking Glass,”
which featured a taste of college living, guest speakers and interactive workshops at
Georgian Court University in July 2010. This leadership conference was hosted by the
four Girl Scout Councils in New Jersey. In addition, she writes a monthly column for
parents entitled “Parenting 101” in The Positive Community, a faith-based lifestyle
magazine targeted to the African American market in New York and New Jersey.
Dr. Liz has been honored for her work with youth and service to the community by
several associations and has received numerous awards from business and community
organizations including the 2006 New Brunswick National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Branch Community Service Award and
commendations from the Franklin Township Council. In 2011 NJBIZ, one of the leading
business publications in New Jersey named Dr. Liz one of the Top 50 Women in

As a board certified pediatrician, she is a partner at the New Brunswick Pediatric Group
where she has practiced pediatric medicine for more than twelve years. Dr. Liz earned
an undergraduate degree from Princeton University and Medical degree from the
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She completed her pediatric residency
at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. and then worked at the
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She is affiliated with St. Peter’s University Hospital
and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Dr. Liz is
a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, as well as a member of the American
Medical Society, National Medical Society, New Jersey Medical Society, and Middlesex
County Medical Society.


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