|Liz Boyle moved to Scottsdale in 1969, and
graduated from Our Lady of Perpetual Help
In 1973, Liz received the City of Scottsdale's,
"Outstanding Girl" award, and in 1979, she
received a written commendation from Mayor
Herb Drinkwater, who called her, "a great gal".
She attended Scottsdale Community College for
two years, and while at ASU, she was a
cheerleader for the Phoenix Inferno.
Liz worked in Scottsdale's legendary Safari
building for 7 years as Promotions Director for
KSLX radio, coordinating radio promotions,
events, and fundraisers, at Scottsdale
businesses. Boyle was also was a weekend
air-personality at KSLX.
While raising her family on a ranch in rural
Chandler, Liz continued her service to
Scottsdale, fostering dogs seized by The
Scottsdale Police Department, through Lucky
Dog Rescue. She was also a volunteer
announcer for Scottsdale's Parada del Sol
Parade, for 24 years.
For many years, Boyle donated her voice over
talents to The Scottsdale Cable Channel. She
won the Gold Award from the AVA in 2010, for
voice over/audio production for, "Scottsdale
Airport, Up Close", a multi-award winning
production, featuring Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School had a
profound impact on Liz, and despite living in
Chandler, her daughters graduated from OLPH,
as well. While there, Liz volunteered in a
number of capacities, including front desk and
The Scottsdale/ Arizona Cactus Pine Girl Scouts,
also played an important role in Boyle's
childhood, so she was thrilled to become an
Arizona Cactus Pine Troop Leader, while her
daughters were scouts. She was also in charge
of the troop cookie sales for two years.
Liz currently lives in Downtown Scottsdale,
where she enjoys all that her beautiful city has to
offer. An avid bicyclist, Boyle lives between the
Scottsdale Canal and the Scottsdale Greenbelt
and declares, "I live in bike rider's paradise!"
Boyle plans on running for Scottsdale City
Council in 2019.
|Liz Boyle Creative Studio
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