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TriviaJoined Fox Business Network (FBN) as a anchor on October, 2007. After a brief stint at the University of California at Santa Cruz, Liz transferred to the University of California at Berkeley where she earned a bachelor of arts degree in French. She also has a Certificat Superieur de Francais from the Sorbonne. Her grandfather is Russian. Her husband, Jeff Kepnes, is a senior producer for CNN. Her father is Dr. Morris Claman (deceased), who was a renowned urologist and associate clinical professor of urology at the UCLA School of Medicine. Her mother is June Claman. Both of her parents are Canadians. She is a member of the charitable organization Hadassah and is a Big Sister in the Big Brother/Big Sister program at the Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services of Manhattan. Despite having been born with mild scoliosis, she is an avid runner who completed the New York Marathon in 2006 and is training for a triathlon in 2009. She is also a skier. In 2006 and 2007, she participated in the Jerry Ford Celebrity Ski Race in Vail, Colorado sponsored by the Vail Valley Foundation charity. In 2007, her ski team made the race finals. Her grandfather was a junkyard dealer in Saskatchewan, Canada. She and Cheryl Casone completed the 2009 New York City Triathalon on July 26, 2009. While attending the University of California at Berkeley, she had a job at The Gap across the street. Her first on-the-air reporting job was at WSYX-TV in Columbus, Ohio. Neighbor of Geraldo Rivera. Drove a diesel Peupeot in high school. Now drives a Toyota Lexus. Favorite songs: "Wild Horses" by The Rolling Stones, "I Was Made to Love Her" by Stevie Wonder.