Beth Grace is all about words and how they’re used to educate, enlighten, and whenever possible: encourage good people to do good things. She brings a varied background to the table: speed and compelling writing from years as an Associated Press reporter, editor and bureau chief; public relations, advocacy and marketing experience as the executive director of the nonprofit North Carolina Press Association and its newspaper foundation; extensive nonprofit development writing as communications director for a major non-profit fraternal foundation; and non-profit writing for major capital campaigns at nonprofits from Maine to Oregon.
When Beth Grace is not writing for money, she is often … well, writing. She writes a blog and posts short stories on Facebook that get a lot of likes. She also has a wacky little rescue dog with terrible breath. She quilts and reads a lot, and binge-watches way too much Netflix and Prime. She loves working with funny people and packs a pretty good sense of humor herself.
Words to live by:
“No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.” Robin Williams