US Country Director, International Fund for Animal Welfare
In her previous work at USAID, the World Wildlife Fund, or the Nature Conservancy, Beth’s focus on grassroots programs and wider policy discussions have helped develop communities while simultaneously protecting irreplaceable wildlife. Beth has continued this work at IFAW. As the US campaign manager, Beth oversaw the strategic development and implementation of IFAW’s work in the US to protect whales and elephants, as well as more broadly to address global wildlife crime. Now, as Country Director for the United States, Beth oversees the strategy and implementation of projects and campaigns across the country. And of course, she leads IFAW’s innovative work to look beyond GDP for alternatives that better promote happiness and well-being for people and animals.