Beth Edsall started at Beaver Creek Wetlands Association as the Administrative Coordinator in 2020 and became the Outreach Director in 2021. She has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Morehead State University and a Master of Science in Engineering Management from the University of Dayton however, her desire to work in a philanthropic environment led her to BCWA.
Beth volunteered with the American Cancer Society for nine years in various roles. After three years as a tri-chair for Relay For Life of Kettering, and earning the Montgomery County Leadership Award, Beth was asked to join the Volunteer Leadership Team that helps struggling Relay events implement solutions. She also co-organized the Dayton area Stand Up To Cancer satellite party in 2014. Beth was a member of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN.) On behalf of ACS CAN, she met with Ohio lawmakers at the state capitol to advocate for health care changes so cancer patients may receive quality, affordable treatment.
Her current role as Outreach Director is to promote BCWA and the vital wetlands we protect. Beth coordinates volunteers for our land management work, and provides educational opportunities through social media, events, and programs throughout the year. She has taken on a new role in creating the Spotted Turtle Newsletter.
Beth has been married to Scott since 2006 and has a daughter in middle school and a son in preschool.