Bethany Kuerten, MSc-GH, is a senior program associate at the de Beaumont Foundation. She works on various projects within the CEO’s office as well as the Modernized Anti-Racist Data Ecosystems (MADE) for Health Justice Grant and the Innovative, Multi-sector Partnerships for Community Transformation (IMPACT) in Public Health project.
Prior to joining the de Beaumont Foundation, Bethany was an implementation specialist at Family Connects International where she managed multiple contracts to bring post-partum nurse home visitation to communities across the country. In this role, she focused on connecting parents of newborns to community resources to support infant success and overall family health. She has extensive experience in evidence-based programming, maternal health practices, and equitable community alignment. Bethany began her career in the research sector at FHI360, focusing on the development and pilot of novel contraceptive devices for women without access in international settings. While she was there, she supported data collection and evaluation, grant writing, and clinical trial development.
Bethany earned her Master of Science in Global Health (with a Public Policy certificate) from Duke University and a Bachelor of Science from Birmingham-Southern College.