An interest in civics sparked her studies of political science and activism at all levels of government. She’s a long-time member of the Mountain Garden Club, a non-profit organization working on civic improvement projects including roadside beautification, environmental education, and scholarships.
Working with the DCYF for many years, Beth and her husband provided a foster home for several children.
Beth is a long-time supporter of little theater and has taken to the stage in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts with a distinct taste for musical theater.
After joining the advisory board of MTMC in 2007, she became a trustee in 2008 and served as secretary from 2008 to 2012. Beth has also worked as chair of the marketing committee and in 2015 began serving as vice-chair of the Board concentrating her efforts on board development.