Beth has been deeply involved in the real estate world since obtaining her sales license in 2003. She was named Rookie of the Year, then went on to earn her Associate Broker’s license in 2010 and the Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager (CRB) designation in 2012. Previously the managing broker for the Long and Foster Real Estate Blacksburg office, she relocated to Richmond, VA in 2019 to assume the position of managing broker for the Tuckahoe and Centerpointe offices.
Over the years, she has served at the New River Valley Association of REALTORS® (NRVAR) in numerous capacities including NRVAR MLS Chair, Director on the NRVAR Board, Secretary/Treasurer, RPAC Chair, and Chair of the NRVAR Governmental Affairs Committee. Beth received the NRVAR 2008 REALTOR® of the Year and is a three-time recipient of the NRVAR President’s Appreciation Award.
Having been a member of the Virginia REALTORS® Board of Directors since 2016, Beth most recently served as its 2020 President-Elect. She has been the Chair for the RPAC of Virginia Disbursement Trustees, Virginia Leadership Academy, the Public Policy Committee, and Virginia FPC Forum plus being an active participant on numerous other state committees including the Strategy Committee of the Board of Directors, Investment Management Committee, and RPAC Fundraising Trustees. In addition, Beth was chosen Virginia Manager of the Year in 2015 and is a member of the Virginia REALTORS® Honor Society.
Her involvement at the national level began in 2011 as the FPC to Congressman Morgan Griffith, which continues today. She is deeply committed to RPAC, having served as Vice Chair and then Chair of the NAR RPAC Fundraising Forum, the state representative to the REALTOR® Party Member Involvement committee, and serving on the Presidential Advisory Group as part of the RPAC State Fundraising Partnership Goal. A graduate of the National Association of REALTORS® Leadership Academy in 2016, Beth will serve on the 2021 NAR RPAC Trustees Federal Disbursement Committee and on the NAR Board of Directors.
Beth currently resides in Richmond and returns to Radford whenever possible where she loves hiking the Appalachian Trail and spending time on Claytor Lake with her family. She is a Past Chair of the Radford City Parks & Recreation Commission and the American Red Cross. She spent many years being involved with the Main Street Radford Program, and the Boy Scouts of America Blue Ridge Mountain Council.