Beth is the Communications and Outreach Manager of Stay Work Play. In this role, Beth is responsible for the planning, development and implementation of the organization’s marketing strategies and communications. She is responsible for helping to build and manage the organization’s brand and all aspects of communications in order to raise awareness of the organization. She plays a critical role in building relationships on behalf of Stay Work Play, helping to expand the organization’s impact and reach.
As the prior Administrator of Stay Work Play, she provided office and administrative help, as well as executive-level support to the President & CEO. Beth has prior experience in the nonprofit sector with her time at the Belknap Mill Society in Laconia, an organization established to preserve and maintain the oldest, unaltered textile brick mill in the United States, as the organization’s Managing Director. With her background, Beth has experience in development, operations, and creating internal structure with non-profits and corporations.
Most recently, Beth served as on as President and an Incorporator for Celebrate Laconia – a nonprofit dedicated to promoting vitality, cultural and economic growth in the her hometown of Laconia. She served as a youth mentor (aka “Big”) with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program of the Lakes Region. She has served as a past President to Fusion, the Lakes Region’s young professionals network, and Director for the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce. As someone who actively participates in her local community, she volunteers for several non-profits, including the Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction, at Laconia Multicultural Day, and served as a judge to the NH Miss Amazing pageant. Beth was named ‘Young Professional of the Year’ in 2014 for the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce’s Community HERO Awards, is a graduate of Leadership Lakes Region Class of 2015 and honored as a member of the Union Leader’s “40 Under Forty” Class of 2018.
Born and raised in New Hampshire, Beth is a true New Hampshire “townie.” Recently relocated to Concord, she looks forward to getting more engaged in the happenings in the state’s capital region.