Tue, Nov 28|
Location is TBD
November Members Only Luncheon featuring Beth Shelton
"When Life Give you Lemons", with Beth Shelton, Chief Executive Office of Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa.
Time & Location
Nov 28, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Location is TBD
About The Event
When Life Gives You Lemons
Beth utilizes an entertaining, storytelling format to share leadership insights from being a CEO of a
large nonprofit, to navigating life and leadership with a limb difference.
Walk away with an authentic view of potential barriers in leading and growing
through challenges and ways to embrace a solution-focused mindset. You will gain insights into building and growing a culture of servant leadership and
innovation from an organization thriving with record revenue and staff retention and gain insights into the personal accountability of wellbeing, touching on life
fulfillment and mental wellbeing.
11:30 AM - Check in and networking
11:45 AM - Opening Remarks
Noon - Speaker
1:00 PM - Wrap up
Meet Beth Shelton:
Beth Shelton is the Chief Executive Office of Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa, overseeing all operations for
13,000 members in portions of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota.
She has shared her passionate message of recognizing the human side of workplace culture and benefits
from coast to coast, from the Seattle Interactive Conference to the National Academy of Sciences in
Washington DC. Beth receiving national accolades for her innovative focus on employee wellness;
highlighted recently on platforms ranging from Good Morning America, CNN and Working Mother
Magazine, to The Washington Post, USA Today and the Today Show.
Beth is persistently curious, an avid reader and uses solution-focused leadership to encourage radical
innovation. She holds an MBA from Drake University, and recently completed the Artificial Intelligence
certificate program at MIT.
Beth, a life-long amputee, also serves on the board for the Iowa Amputee Golf Association, raising
scholarships for families affected by the trauma and impact of limb loss. She has a lifelong love of sports,
having been a 3-time collegiate MVP in tennis. She loves driving her vintage Jeep with the top off, just
took up guitar lessons, and is enjoying the journey of visiting every national park.