Calling the Great Lakes Bay Region her lifelong home, Beth has 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector both in direct service and administration. Beth has proven success in program development and implementation, capacity building, development of data-based outcomes, building and training effective boards, and national accreditation preparation. Through a dedication to mission driven organizations, Beth has helped several nonprofits grow and build capacity through training, program development, and leadership and governance support.
Beth holds two Bachelor’s Degrees in Child Development (Substance Abuse Education, Prevention and Intervention) and Family Studies (School Health Science) and a Master of Science in Administration of Health Services from Central Michigan University. Previously, Beth served as the CEO of Family and Children’s Services of Mid-Michigan and Director of the Community Advancement Network and the Director of Impact and Capacity Building at United Way of Midland County.
Beth lives in Mt. Pleasant with her husband Evan and two daughters Abigail and Mia. She enjoys being with her family, reading, traveling, drinking tea and laughing.