Beth is the HIV Program Officer for HC3. She is a public health professional with more than six years experience in the HIV field. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs Beth was an ASPH Fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention working in HIV social marketing and more specifically on their national anti-stigma campaign, Let’s Stop HIV Together. While there she helped to implement the campaign nationally through print ads, billboards, and radio and TV spots as well as worked on community engagement aspects of the campaign. She was also a member of two teams developing new national HIV prevention campaigns for the CDC.
Beth also has international experience, having worked in India on a TB project with Tibetan refugees as well as being a Peace Corps Volunteer from 2008-2011 in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. While in the Peace Corps she worked with the local government to strengthen the capacity of community based HIV organizations as well as conduct health education and outreach in her village.
Beth got a BS In Community Health from Western Washington University and an MPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.