With more than 25 years experience with leading national non-profit, cultural and private sector organizations, Beth is recognized as a creative thinker, organizational and brand strategist who helps her clients envision, plan for and achieve transformational new initiatives. Much of her work has focused on developing, launching and repositioning cultural, educational and philanthropic organizations, as well as new products and businesses.
She has been a leader in the museum community, having served as Deputy Director, Chief of External Relations and Planning for the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and as Senior Vice President for Communications, responsible for launching the Newseum in 1997. Beth worked in the foundation sector for more than a decade and currently advises a number of private foundations on giving strategy. Building on her advertising agency and fundraising experience, Beth has created powerful brand identities, award-winning advertising, marketing, public relations, political advocacy, membership and development campaigns.
A graduate of Brown University, Beth served for five years on the board of the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, on the Media and Public Affairs Committee of the Council on Foundations and is currently a member of the Newseum’s National Advisory Committee.
Beth Tuttle collaborates with an ensemble of experienced experts who have built strong working relationships over the past decade. More than just seasoned consultants with multi-institutional perspective, we’ve been on the management front lines of some of the most successful and recognizable organizations around. We join forces to give our clients the benefit of integrated, cross-disciplinary thinking from a high-functioning team of principals. This results in insightful big-picture thinking grounded in practical operational experience.