Elizabeth Kohm joined PFLAG in July of 2011, bringing more than twenty years of experience across the political, corporate and nonprofit sectors. Beth brings a range of skills to PFLAG in policy, nonprofit program development, field operations, staff management, development and communications. Beyond her personal passion for the PFLAG mission, Beth’s years working for an addiction treatment organization gives her a keen understanding of the devastating impact that the lack of sexuality acceptance can have for individuals and their families. For more than a decade, Beth has also worked both professionally and personally in grassroots approaches to improving schools for all students. Beth holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the Nelson Rockefeller School of Public Affairs and Policy from the University of Albany, New York. A resident of Virginia, she is married with two sons and is especially grateful to PFLAG for the role it played in helping her half-sister become part of her life.