Beth has worked in global health and development for over 15 years, with an emphasis on strategic advocacy and policy change efforts. She has deep knowledge of tobacco control, non-communicable diseases, urban agriculture and food systems, and extensive experience with strategic planning, grant analysis, messaging, and monitoring, learning, and evaluation, and fundraising.
Since joining Global Health Visions as a senior consultant in 2021 and previously as consultant from 2010-2015, Beth has provided strategic guidance to clients in the areas of COVID, tobacco control, HIV/AIDS, as well as in cross-cutting realms such as civil society capacity building, monitoring, learning and evaluation, and accountability systems. During this time, she has worked extensively for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, advising and supporting a range of teams and initiatives in reaching their policy, advocacy, and communications objectives.
Prior to rejoining GHV, Beth was an interim senior program officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and consulted for the UN Population Fund (UNFPA), Montclair State University, Sports Illustrated, and others. Beth is also the director of Montclair Community Farms.
Beth holds a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, and a Bachelor of Science in International Business from Fairfield University.