Beth has been working with arts, cultural and social impact organizations for 15 years, where her role has always centered around saying yes to people’s ideas, then working collaboratively to make them possible. A Philadelphia native, she recently returned from Seattle, where she was Co-Director at the Vera Project, the largest all-ages music and art space in the United States. Beth also produced the NPR music program The World Café and founded Girls Rock Philly, an organization that creates liberatory pathways for girls and women through music creation. Concurrently, she was also a writing instructor at Penn, a certified teacher, and a sound engineer. She is a sporadic mid-distance runner and a drummer in search of a surf band.