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Beth Brooke

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US Olympic and Paralympic Committee Board Member

Beth Brooke serves on the Boards of The New York Times Company (NYT), eHealth (EHTH), SHEEX, the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee and the Lehigh Valley Health Network. She is the Co-Chair of VERITY Now and serves on the Knight Commission and the International Advisory Council for APCO Worldwide.

She was the former Global Vice Chair, Public Policy at EY and was a member of EY's Global Board. Beth oversaw public policy for the firm’s operations in 150 countries and was the global sponsor for EY’s Diversity and Inclusiveness (D&I) efforts. She has been named eleven times to Forbes list of "World's 100 Most Powerful Women".

Beth is a devoted advocate for the advancement of women and LGBTQ Inclusion. She has served on the US Delegation to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women and has been named to OUTstanding and Financial Times’ LGBTQ Hall of Fame. She was instrumental in creating the Partnership for Global LGBTQ Equality, in partnership with the World Economic Forum. She currently invests in several female-founded companies related to women’s sports.

During the Clinton Administration, she worked in the U.S. Department of the Treasury and played important roles in the Administration’s healthcare reform and Superfund reform efforts.

Beth has also been actively engaged in numerous civic and business organizations. She previously chaired the board of Vital Voices and serves on the boards of The Conference Board, the Aspen Institute, and Tabby’s Place. She was in the inaugural class of the Henry Crown Fellows of The Aspen Institute.

At Purdue University, Beth was in the first class of women to receive scholarships under Title IX to play basketball and earned her undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Industrial Management, with highest distinction.  She has been inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. She has honorary doctorates from Purdue, Indiana University and Babson College.