Manager, Graduate Career Management Centre and Employer Engagement
Room: SGL 1800 C
Beth provides managerial and administrative support for the Graduate CMC by managing administrative and academic activities and related student services as well as by participating in strategic planning for career development programs. She designs and manages innovative career programs for international Beedie graduate students, such as the Externship Program. She also manages large-scale career development events, the annual operating budget, supervises support and student staff, responds to non-routine employer and alumni engagement requests, and participates in short and long-term marketing and public relations initiatives, special projects and events. As a relator and achiever with great passion for making connections, Beth brings years of experience in relationship management, project and program design & management, operations management, event planning, and advising and teaching to the Graduate CMC and Employer Engagement team. Her previous work experience in various departments at SFU provides her comprehensive and unique insights into students' expectations and employers’ needs. Beth holds a Bachelor of Arts from Beijing International Studies University and a Master’s Degree in Education from SFU.
When not at work, Beth enjoys running along English Bay, catching up with friends, watching movies or reading books with a glass of authentic Chinese tea sourced from the traditional tea streets of Beijing.