Beth Collins Earnst, Director of Communications & Public Affairs, NAFTA Region
As a scientist working in Public Affairs, Beth has oversight for communications issues at Ciba’s sites in the NAFTA region, providing support and counsel on employee and community relations projects. Beth has been with Ciba for more than 10 years and has experience working in areas including Product Safety & Regulatory Affairs and Environmental, Health, and Safety.
As part of her role in Public Affairs, Beth also serves as the Chair of the Ciba Foundation Advisory Council and Assistant Director of the Ciba Foundation, which provides an opportunity for funding direction in the communities where Ciba operates in the US and Mexico.
A Georgia native, Beth graduated from Berry College in Rome, Georgia with a BS in Biology. She holds an Education minor with a teaching certificate in Georgia for Biology, grades 7-12. Beth also studied Environmental Toxicology at Clemson University in her Masters program.
Beth is active in her local community of High Point and is currently a Board member and Treasurer for the Junior League of High Point. Beth also serves on the Alumni Advisory Council for Berry College’s School of Math & Science.