In partnership with donors, board members and staff, Beth ensures that the Children’s Alliance has the resources necessary to advocate effectively for Washington’s kids.
Beth has been doing non-profit fund development for fourteen years. She has a passion for improving the lives of children and their families through equitable and responsive policies and programs.
After traveling around the country as a child, Beth made the Pacific Northwest her home in 1997. She has a Bachelor of Science from The Evergreen State College and a Master of Public Administration in Nonprofit Management from the Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington. She joined the Children’s Alliance in June 2011.