Homeless Connections is excited to welcome Beth Servais as the Community Relations Director.
Beth graduated from UW-Green Bay in 2011 with a major in Art, Gallery & Museum Practices and a minor in Arts & Non-Profit Management. After graduation, she moved to Appleton to begin working for both the Building for Kids Children's Museum, where she managed the visitor services staff, and the History Museum at the Castle, where she assisted with coordinating the museum's education programs.
Beth started her career with Homeless Connections in 2013 as the Volunteer & Special Events Coordinator. In early 2016, she became the Development & Marketing Coordinator at Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs where she focused primarily on integrating Harbor House's recently re-branded messaging into their marketing and communication materials. She also managed social media for Harbor House and assisted in coordinating the organization's fundraising events.
Now, Beth is thrilled and honored to be back at Homeless Connections as the Community Relations Director. In this position, Beth will be dedicated to ensuring that Homeless Connections continues to earn the support of the community in ending homelessness by connecting individuals and families to resources that promote self-sufficiency and prevent future homeless episodes.
In her free time, Beth enjoys combining her passion for art with her passion for serving her community. She has participated in Appleton's Art on the Town as a featured artist, has shown art at The Artery, and has volunteered for St. Vincent De Paul's Art on a Mission fundraising event. You can view one of her art projects at the Appleton Public Library, where she created a mural for the national children's reading program,1000 Books before Kindergarten.
We are very proud of Beth as she has recently been awarded the Pulse Fox Cities 2017 Future 15 Award, which recognizes emerging talent for professional and philanthropic contributions throughout the Fox Cities.
Please join us in welcoming Beth back to Homeless Connections!