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Beth Myers is passionate about serving her community and helping those who have been deprived of the opportunity to succeed. Beth has distinguished herself as a strategic and visionary leader who is known for crafting creative solutions to complex problems. Beth has led innovative initiatives locally and nationally and built top-performing teams to achieve ambitious goals. A big picture thinker, Beth starts with the end in mind and charts multiple paths to success, bringing the most benefit to the mission and clients she serves.

Currently, Beth serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas, one of the largest affiliates in a network of 80 affiliates in North America. Beth’s career spans 30 years in the nonprofit sector with experience in board development, staff development, resource acquisition, financial planning and management, fund development, mission performance, corporate partnerships, community relations, communications, employee relations and executive business coaching.

As CEO, Beth is responsible, in partnership with the board of directors, for setting the vision of the organization. With a staff of 25, and an annual budget of nearly $3 million, Beth oversees the daily operations and ensures the highest mission impact is achieved. Beth is helping the organization achieve an ambitious strategic plan with a bold goal of serving 25,000 girls by 2028.

Prior to her role at Girls Inc. Beth held leadership positions at the Center for Nonprofit Management, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas. She has been recognized for her achievements in many ways. In 2006, Beth was selected as large agency CEO of the year by Big Brothers Big Sisters of America; Beth received the 2005 Community Service Award from the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. In 2002, she was recognized with the San Antonio 40 Under 40 Rising Star Award. Also in 2002, she was recognized by Governor Perry, for her efforts on the Governor’s Mentoring Initiative Task Force.

Beth holds a master’s degree in social work administration from Arizona State University and a graduate certificate in executive business coaching from the University of Texas, Dallas.