Beth is well-versed in due diligence related to state and local tax incentives, site selection, commerce, and finance. Most recently, her efforts have brought projects such as Apple’s Research Triangle headquarters, Wolfspeed’s Raleigh headquarters, and Toyota’s new $13.9 billion battery plant in Randolph County to fruition.
In addition to her three-year term at the Office of the Speaker, Beth previously served in roles with the North Carolina Department of Commerce and as Senior Manager of Economic Development for the City of Raleigh. Beth was also appointed in November of this year to the Board of NCInnovation, a public-private partnership that accelerates the commercialization of innovation from North Carolina universities.
J.D., North Carolina Central University School of Law
M.A., North Carolina Central University
B.S., University of Georgia