"It had to be fate ... or networking! Beth has been an inspiration since she sat by me at a writers conference five years ago."
Denise Lee Branco, Award-Winning Author of Horse at the Corner Post: Our Divine Journey, www.HorseAtTheCornerPost.com
"When I met Beth, I watched her sincere, natural and relaxed way of interacting with people and I learned so much!"
Melissa Tosetti, Founder of The Savvy Life, international bestselling author of "Living The Savvy Life"
Beth built and managed her chamber's social media program which was named by OnlineMBAPage.com as one of the Top 100 Social Media Friendly Chambers of Commerce in the United States.
She is still an involved member of several of her local chambers of commerce including the Fresno Chamber of Commerce and the Fresno County Women's Chamber of Commerce.
"Beth has been teaching business people how to effectively network in real world situations for many years and is widely recognized for her passion and proficiency in this often misunderstood skill set."
Dale Bierce, Sandler Training
Beth is a contributor to multiple projects including Todd Schnick's ebook "Kicking Fears Ass" and his IntrepidNow Network, a contributor to “Superwomen Secrets Revealed: Successful Women Talk About Fitting in Fitness and Dare You to Join Them” and to “The Startup Student: Practical Advice on How to Succeed as a Student Entrepreneur.”
She has been active locally for 15 years, speaking to groups, being interviewed on CentralValleyTalk.com, Connect with Me TV, and Central Valley Today. Beth has also been a regular guest lecturer at local universities including Heald College, DeVry University, Institute of Technology, ITT Tech and CSU Fresno.
Beth has shared her networking strategy with corporations, colleges and universities, and business associations. New business owners, sole proprietors, independent sales agents, corporate executives and managers, solopreneurs and network marketers have all benefited from this practical but powerful system. She trains individuals, companies, and organizations on using her deliberate, intentional and strategic system for networking on purpose.
"Beth is emerging as a leader in the Chamber industry."
Steve Snyder, former Vice President, Western Association of Chamber Executives
Beth is widely recognized by chamber of commerce executives across North America as a leading networking authority.
On a personal note, Beth was a high-school cross country running team member for four years, but quit running in her thirties because she thought she was too old to run. Eight years ago, she realized that was ridiculous and started running again. In 2014, she was awarded the Masters Women's Runner-Up in the Valley Runner of the Year Series, won the series in 2016, and is seeking to repeat her championship in 2017. During that time, she also a fear of riding a bicycle on city streets to begin road cycling, then realized she might as well shed her twenty-year fear of water, began swimming, and five months later completed her first triathlon, competing in her second triathlon a month later in open water.
These days, she's focused on master's track and field and is training to compete in the 2020 USATF Master's World Championships in Toronto in 2020.