Beth is an Associate with Triad where she brings her grant writing and community engagement experience to the Community/Economic Development field.
A national speaker on coalition building and opiate overdose prevention, Beth is also an experienced director of non-profit public health organizations, where she led teams to develop policy and programs to address the opiate epidemic and prevent substance abuse.
Additionally, Beth is a strong business development professional with extensive experience in non-profit leadership, crisis intervention, government communication, grant writing and project administration/evaluation.
Beth is the proud mother of three amazing adult children: an artist/Licensed Professional Counselor working in the criminal justice system, an author and spoken word poet who just published her first collection of poetry, and the youngest who also works in Community Development for local government.
In her free time, Beth enjoys an eclectic lifestyle including community activism, traveling, camping and a lot of concerts, having seen the Who, Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan, Blondie, Elvis Costello in both the 1980s and 2019! She also went to her first rap concerts this year seeing JaRule and DMX!