M.A. in Applied Linguistics/Teaching English as a Second Language, Georgia State University
B.S. in Urban Studies/Human Resource Management, Georgia State University
A.S. in General Studies, Perimeter College (f/k/a DeKalb College)
Beth serves as the Faculty Associate for the Office of International Initiatives for Perimeter College. She works closely with students seeking their associates degrees to advise them on study abroad programs appropriate for their program pathways. She also works with and provides support to faculty leading study abroad programs and is the contact person for faculty interested in creating new study abroad programs.
She is a tenure-track faculty member of Perimeter College and has been an assistant professor since 2010. She began her career with the college in August 2005. Since then, she has primarily taught English as a Second Language, First Year Experience, and Humanities. She has also served as a senior fellow for service learning and community engagement.
Beth has taught in Mexico, China and the United Arab Emirates. In addition to international work experience, she has led study abroad programs to Costa Rica and Mexico. International travel is a passion that she hopes to pass on to Georgia State students, and she has travelled to England, Spain, Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Sri Lanka, India, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Turkey, Singapore, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and New Zealand, plus numerous Caribbean Islands.