Nearly twenty years ago, Beth began her career as an Exceptional Student Education Teacher for Collier County Public Schools,
working in the migrant farming community of Immokalee and East Naples. She has honed her skills in early childhood development, early learning center program development and expansion, as well as the non-profit leadership skills of strategic planning, budget and finance. Beth is excited to return to the Immokalee community as the Executive Director of Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee.
Pathways is the longest-running center of its kind in the area, and has established deep roots in the community as a respected and dedicated resource for families. In a city where the poverty rate is over 40%, the majority of residents are Hispanic or Latino and predominantly work in agriculture and service professions. As Executive Director Beth will ensure the mission of Pathways is forever strong and the education students receive is second to none.