Program Associate, Global Development and Population Program
Beth joined the Hewlett Foundation in 2013. She works as a Program Associate in the Global Development and Population Program, where she supports its Women’s Economic Empowerment work.
Before joining the foundation, Beth managed family planning and HIV/AIDS grants at a federally qualified health center in Fremont, California. Beth also worked at New Field Foundation, a foundation geared to empowering rural women in post conflict West Africa. Before moving to the United States in 2004, she worked in Kenya to advocate for adolescent reproductive health policy. She serves on the board of Women’s Centers International, a nonprofit working to empower women from slums in Nairobi.
Beth has a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of East Africa, Baraton and a master of public health from the State University of New York at Albany. A native of Kenya, Beth speaks Dholuo and Swahili.