Beth Koffman’s Bio

Beth joined the Foundaton in April 2007 as Marketing and Fund Development Coordinator for Ayers Children's Medical Center. In 2012, she assumed the role of Events and Community Relations Coordinator, working with the Foundation's volunteer boards and managing all of the Foundation's events including its annual Charity Gala. In May 2015, she was promoted to Vice President of Operations. While she still manages the community boards and fundraising events, her duties were expanded to include general oversight of the internal activities of the Foundation.  

A native of Gibson County, Beth been a part of the Jackson community for 20 years. She received an honors degree in Business Administration from Union University and has worked in the non-profit community in Jackson for more than a decade.

She is a 2008 graduate of Leadership Jackson, a 2014 graduate of WestStar, and has been a member of the Jackson Exchange Club since 2000, where she has previously served as the co-chair of the Social Committee and the chair of the Child Abuse Prevention Committee.

She served on the Board of Directors for Wo/Men’s Rape and Resource Assistance and as a member of the Personnel Committee and the Finance Committee. She also assisted with planning and volunteering at WRAP fundraisers.

Beth and her husband, Barry, have two children, Emma and Eli. Beth continues to masterfully manage her family life and professional career with her active involvement in the community as well as her home.

She has served on the board of the Parent Teacher Organization at her children’s elementary school for several years holding the offices of Secretary and President. She has coordinated T-shirt sales and assisted with planning other fundraising events and volunteers to help within the classroom, when time allows.

She is an active member of West Jackson Baptist Church, serving as an administrator for her Bible Fellowship class and has taught 3rd grade girls in the Wednesday night program. She has also served on several other church committees.

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