A native of Greenville, Beth has dedicated her career to her passion of bringing hope and healing to forgotten and underserved populations. She received her bachelor of arts in psychology from Furman University. Beth began her career, spanning over 30 years of advocacy work, working with teenagers at the Piedmont Council for the Prevention of Child Abuse, an organization that partnered to found the current Julie Valentine Center. She went on to found a Christian counseling ministry that aligned with local churches to offer counseling to sexually abused women. Most recently Beth has served as a Restoration Advocate for Triune Mercy Center where she worked in local jails and with the criminal justice system to advocate for female victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Beth enjoys running and cycling, spending time with her wonderful husband, and is the proud mom of three adult children.