Beth assures the strategic development and implementation of US projects and campaigns with special emphasis on the U.S. role in ivory trade, wildlife trafficking, and wildlife security issues. She also directs the Caribbean Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders program and is the point person for the Clinton Global Initiative “Save the Elephants” project.
As the U.S. campaign manager, she oversaw the strategic development and implementation of IFAW’s US campaigns to protect whales from threats, address global wildlife crime, and protect elephants. She has been quoted on whales for the Washington Post, on wildlife crime in USA Today, and has appeared on CNN and in the Boston Globe among other media outlets.
Senior Policy Advisor, The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, VA
Congressional Liaison and Government Aid Agency Liaison, World Wildlife Fund-US, Washington DC
Project Manager, US Agency for International Development (USAID), Washington DC
Master of Science, Business Management, Boston University in Rome, Italy
Bachelor of Arts, International Affairs, James Madison University
Criminal Nature, an in-depth look at the global security implications of the illegal wildlife trade
U.S. Ivory Trade: Can a Crackdown on Trafficking Save The Last Titan?, a legal paper analyzing U.S. ivory seizure data, current laws and policy solutions