Beth is a Partner in Fortium Partners’ East Region, where she serves a wide range of industries including pharmaceutical, life sciences, and biotech companies as well as financial services firms. She leverages more than 25 years of experience leading strategic initiatives to solve the information technology challenges of complex global enterprises. Beth has a strong track record of driving business and digital transformation to free up capital for investment and growth. Throughout her career, Beth has demonstrated a commitment to operational excellence, emerging technologies, continuous learning, and purpose-driven organizations. A savvy leader and project manager, she has built high-performing technical teams and created an environment for their professional development. Beth presents technical prowess, change agility, and an analytical perspective.
As a CIO, Beth led multiple IT integration projects related to M & A activity. She also developed and implemented organizational transformation projects resulting in significant expense reduction – funds that were redeployed to support business growth. Beth has direct experience on cybersecurity matters including ransomware, vulnerability testing, and dark web assessment. She has solid experience in data and analytics, application development, infrastructure, and operations. Beth is recognized for her team leadership abilities and she has a passion for developing talent. She delivers value through strategic vision, effective communication, and technical knowledge. Beth's global perspective reflects her work experience in nine countries.
An experienced consultant, her additional credentials include Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Cyber Intelligence Professional (CCIP – in progress), and Lean Sigma Green Belt. Beth serves as a Director and Committee Chair for Omaha National Insurance Company, a leading tech-enabled provider of workers compensation insurance and payroll services. In 2020, she was honored as the Orbie Award winner for New York CIO of the Year and a finalist for Global CIO of the Year.
Beth graduated from the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. She continued with graduate studies and received a Masters of Business Administration from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Beth is an amateur equestrian who competes at the regional level. A member of several professional associations in the technology sector, she also is involved as a volunteer with community development and mentoring organizations.