Over 25 years ago, Beth was looking for activities for her then 5 year old son, Adam, who has moderate-to-severe cerebral palsy. She vowed to do whatever she and her husband could to improve Adam’s quality of life. Beth then discovered she could use the respite care service hours in equestrian therapy and then found AHEAD With Horses.
Being far from the Shadow Hills ranch, Beth was able to bring Adam to the Brentwood location, where he still rides to this day. Seeing the great improvement with her son and the wonderful things AWH offers the community, Beth decided to join the Board of Directors. She has a breadth of experience in the non-profit sector and offers great support to the organization.
Beth enjoys the fellowship and camaraderie of her fellow board members as well as their dedication and commitment to giving AWH students the best quality of life—it’s what keeps her with us.