Beth Wallace is an outreach consultant for the Great Lakes Business Network, and the National Wildlife Federation’s Great Lakes Regional Center, working to organize regional businesses around water and climate issues that threaten the protection of the Great Lakes.
Beth has also worked with the Detroit Zoological Society managing their environmental sustainability programs, as well as the National Wildlife Federation’s Great Lakes Regional Center as an outreach coordinator around oil and gas issues. While working with NWF, Beth provided watchdog response to the 2010 Enbridge Kalamazoo River oil spill. Through that work, she has testified before Congress and the National Academy of Sciences around pipeline safety issues and co-authored the report “Sunken Hazard: Aging oil pipelines beneath the Straits of Mackinac, an ever-present threat to the Great Lakes.”
Beth holds a B.A. in political science and environmental studies from Western Michigan University.