My COO at Hope Sings reminds me daily about “laser-like focus.” She keeps me from chasing squirrels (remember the movie “Up” where the dog loses his focus the minute a squirrel runs by?).
Beth is founder/CEO of Hope Sings, a for-benefit music organization whose mission is to harness the power of song and story to empower, inspire and connect women around the world via various social causes. Their most recent effort is the theme song for UN Women, the new United Nations agency, for which Beth wrote the lyrics. www.hopesings.net. Beth has written for and acted/sung on TV, radio, print and stage in the US and abroad. She wrote the pop/rock column for the Japan Times, appeared in the film Godzilla vs. Biorante, and dubbed kung fu films in Hong Kong. As a musical theatre writer, Beth has won grants/awards from the National Association for Musical Theatre, the Eugene O’Neill Center, New York’s 2econd Stage Theatre, the Jonathan Larson Foundation, and the Dramatists’ Guild and the New York Musical Festival. Beth is a graduate of Dartmouth College.