is a published writer, author, journalist and former TV producer. She has her B.A. from McGill University and a Master's of Science in journalism from Columbia University. She worked at ABC News "20/20" for six years with Connie Chung and in the ABC News Terrorism/Investigations Unit with John Miller. Aliza was also a producer and booker at the Fox News Channel where she helped launch Fox's premier live audience news show, Dayside. She appeared regularly on Fox News Live for two years as a guest pundit. Aliza is also a rebbetzin and teaches Torah. Her life long slogan is: "Changing the world one word at a time."
She is a contributing editor to Lifestyles Magazine International and Mann About Town and a contributing columnist for the popular news site World Net Daily. Aliza specializes in interviewing and writing about the world's most famous and influential people. Her many interviews include, CNN's Larry King, Wolf Blitzer and Aaron Brown, Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Bon Jovi keyboard player David Bryan, Ivana Trump, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Governor Eliot Spitzer, Everbody Loves Raymond’s Brad Garrett, PR Guru Howard Rubenstein, House Majority Leader, Congressman Steny Hoyer, Congressman Eric Cantor, Congressman Frank Pallone, Congressman Rush Holt, Senator Cory Booker, Emmy Award winning actor, Brad Garret, Playboy’s Miss November, Israel’s Ambassador to the US, Danny Ayalon, billionaire entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, Israel’s richest man, Eitan Wertheimer, US Ambassador Nancy Brinker, founder of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, media mogul, Israel Asper, comedians Jackie Mason and Buddy Hackett, members of Knesset and so many others.
She has been called the Barbara Walters of print journalism.
She is also Editor in Chief of WritEffect Productions Ltd., a publishing company engaged in writing biographical books for high-profile individuals and Holocaust memoirs. She has an active Facebook following in the thousands and has become known as the Queen of Questions for her daily thought provoking and “controversial” questions. She also writes a biblical commentary: "The Source Weekly" based on orthodox Jewish teachings. She believes in fixing the world one word at a time.
Aliza was born in Canada. She plays piano and speaks three languages. She was married to an orthodox rabbi as well.