Author and former New York Times correspondent

Elizabeth Becker is the author of Overbooked: the Exploding Business of Travel and Tourism, which travel writer Arthur Frommer called “required reading for anyone interested in the future of travel.” She reported on international and national affairs as a correspondent at the New York Times, winning multiple awards, was the senior foreign editor of National Public Radio, and began her career as a war correspondent in Cambodia for the Washington Post. She is the author of When the War was Over, Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge. In 2019, she was named one of Condé Nast Traveler’s “people changing the way we travel.”