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Beth leads the teams responsible for accounting and finance, investments, human resources, facilities and technology.

Before CFT, Beth had a 26-year career at Texas Instruments, spending 20 of those years in semiconductor operations finance in Texas and Asia, the last six years as TI's treasurer. Beth was the first female vice president in TI's finance organization and the first female vice president in TI Asia.

She holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics, minor in business, from DePauw University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.




 

Community Leadership / Board Service

Beth is also on the board of Girl Scouts of NorthEast Texas, where she serves as the first vice president and chair of the finance committee, and the board of the Dallas Holocaust Museum, where she is the treasurer.

In 2013, the Dallas Business Journal named Beth their nonprofit CFO of the year, and in 2016, DCEO Magazine named her their outstanding CFO of a nonprofit organization as part of their financial executive awards.

Joined CFT

2008

Favorite Aspect of CFT

"I like being part of a well-respected, financially strong, highly ethical organization. I’m proud of the level of excellence that CFT provides, and the amazing staff who provide it."

Favorite Quote

"If you stay in your comfort zone, you'll never grow."