Beth is an award-winning entrepreneur, journalist and advocate. She began her career in fashion and at age 22 launched an apparel brand designed to give back that planted more than 40,000 trees in endangered forests and helped children attend school in 20 countries. Today Beth is managing partner of Main & Rose, a communications firm based in Los Angeles where she advises the worlds most iconic Fortune 500 companies, celebrities, world leaders and CEO’s on how to build brands that matter and give back. She was named by Inc Magazine as a top branding expert to watch in 2017 and has spoken about how business can be used for social good at the United Nations, Google, Capitol Hill and more.
Beth contributes to Forbes, The Huffington Post, and Darling Magazine and sits on the Pacific Council for International Policy, the advisory board of USNC for UN Women, and authored the highly acclaimed children’s book, From The Jungle that won an American Graphic Design Award.
Beth is also an advocate for foster care and adoption awareness having been in the system herself. Like many adopted children Beth was told she would never know her heritage, but in 2016 when Ohio passed Substitute Senate Bill 23 Beth uncovered her past, learned about her biological family for the first time and her life changed forever. She’s been invited to share her extraordinary journey to audiences worldwide and hopes her story will inspire all who search for answers in life to never give up.
Main & Rose
Beth is managing partner of Main & Rose - an award winning communications agency. Main & Rose offers:
- Personal Branding and Brand Management
- Influencer Engagement
- Strategic Partnership Development
- Event Design
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Beth was 22 and running a fashion distribution company when she first saw the human rights violations and environmental pollution occurring in the industry.
She believed that fashion could be made ethically and help people and the planet instead of hurt them.
With this vision, she created Raintees, which gives back by planting a tree for every t-shirt sold. Raintees launched in Los Angeles at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in 2008 and has grown into a global tribe of people dedicated to giving back.