New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community
Beth is a wife, a daughter, a stepmom, a physician assistant and a candidate for the Iredell County Board of Commissioners. She was born and raised in rural eastern Wilkes County where she went to a high school with a graduating class of about 100 students. Both her parents worked hard every day to teach her and her brother the importance of an education, of looking out for one another, of working hard and giving 100%, and of the value of your word.
Beth carried these values with her to UNC-Chapel Hill where she graduated with a degree in Biology and then to Methodist University where she received a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies. She has been working as a PA since then in Internal Medicine initially, then Urgent Care and ER for a time, and most recently Gastroenterology.
In 2016 Beth married Nick and got 2 precious stepchildren in the deal- twins, Claire and Jack. They added another ray of sunshine to their family last year when they got a rambunctious golden retriever puppy, Miles. In her spare time Beth is an avid runner having completed 27 marathons. She's currently training for her 28th and helping her husband train for his 1st (give him some encouragement when you see him on the campaign trail). She loves spending time outside soaking up the beauty of nature.
Beth decided to get involved in politics because she wants to bring positive change to Iredell County. She wants to fight for the best deals for our community, to be sure our County has the chance to grow and prosper. She will work hard to ensure our citizens have access to quality health care, a great public education, and clean drinking water. She will advocate for small businesses and farmers alike while ensuring the protection of the environment. She is a political outsider who spends her days listening to patients and doing her very best to help them feel better. She will be dedicated to helping the people of Iredell County achieve their goals and providing real solutions to the problems they face.