By Beth Peck
Dear ELi readers,
It's been nearly 10 years since I moved my family back to the community where I pursued my education – East Lansing, Michigan.
As soon as we arrived, we were greeted with an overwhelming sense of warmth, inclusiveness and a strong sense of community. I knew we were home.
Upon becoming an East Lansing resident, I quickly learned of a nonpartisan news source that would keep me informed and up to date on the community my family and I had quickly come to love. East Lansing Info became a daily staple in my life, like it is a staple in many of your lives.
I am thrilled to have the opportunity to serve this vibrant and diverse community as ELi’s Executive Director and Publisher. ELi is committed to bringing you timely and engaging news that truly reflects the heartbeat of our city.
As ELi embarks on 10 years of serving the community, we are reminded we are a news source for our community, by our community. We see our readership as a part of us, and we value your thoughts and opinions on how we deliver the news. We can only grow stronger with your help.
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey, as your feedback is what guides ELi in its stated purpose of Bringing East Lansing the News!
Here is the link to the ELi Reader Survey.
Thank you for your time, and please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or comments. I can be reached at email@example.com.
Here’s to 10 more years!
Beth Peck became ELi’s Executive Director and Publisher in May 2023. Peck graduated from Michigan State University in 2004 with a degree in journalism and a specialization in public relations. Her career has included work in marketing, fundraising and nonprofit management. Since 2018, she has served as the Executive Director for Project Koru, which provides peer-to-peer support for young adult cancer survivors. Peck is raising three children in East Lansing’s Brookfield Heritage Neighborhood.