Beth started her rowing career at Brookline High School where she and her doubles partner qualified and competed at the Junior National Championships in 2010, and 2011. In her 3 years with BHS she was awarded MVP two years in a row and elected captain of the team.
She then joined Community Rowing Inc. where she competed again at Nationals in 2012 having qualified in both the lightweight double and the lightweight eight. She competed at the CANAMEX regatta as the stroke seat for her quad as a representative of the US Junior National Team for that event in 2012.
Before attending college and rowing for UMass Amherst women’s team for the 2014 season, Beth spent a year coaching at CRI. There, Beth offered private lessons, coached U23 collegiate women, and learn to row.
In her free time, Beth enjoys hiking, running, and spending time with her two dogs. Beth is extremely enthusiastic and excited about coaching, and hopes to make a difference by developing the skills of her athletes through a positive approach that instills an appreciation for the sport of rowing and all it offers both on the water and off.