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Beth Marie Brown, American dietitian, hospital administrator. Registered dietitian; diplomate American College of Healthcare Executives. Recipient Pride & Public Service award Department Veterans Affairs, 1991, Leadership VA award, 1990; named Competent Toastmaster, 1990, Outstanding Young Woman of America, 1988, Excellence in Improving Service to the Public, 1979.

Background

Brown, Beth Marie was born on October 2, 1952 in Pigeon, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Walton Durwood and Marion Anita (Schweitzer) Brown.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Center Michigan University, 1974. Master of Science, Southwest Texas State University, 1990.

Career

Clinical dietitian, Leonard Hospital, New York, 1975-1976;education and staff development dietitian, VA Medical Center, Iron Mtn., Michigan, 1976-1979;chief food production & service, VA Medical Center, Iron Mtn., Michigan, 1979-1981;chief administrative dietetic service, VA Medical Center, Philadelphia, 1981-1983;chief dietetic service, VA Medical Center, Butler, Pennsylvania, 1983-1986;chief dietetic service, VA Medical Center, Temple, Texas, 1986-1994;administrative officer managed care, South Texas Veterans Health Care System, San Antonio, since 1995. Adjunct lecturer Texas Agricultural and Mechanical U., Temple, 1986-1994.

Membership

Member Big. T Toastmasters, Temple, 1989-1993, associate director trainee, San Antonio,1994. Board directors Altrusa International of Temple, 1989-1992, Butler Meals-on-Wheels, 1983-1986, Zonta Club of Northampton Area, 2000. Member American College Healthcare Executives, American Dietetic Association, Center Texas Dietetic Association (officer 1987-1989), Texas Hospital Association, Texas Dietetic Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: quilting, singing, reading, counted cross-stitch, hiking.