Beth Jarrett, currently, serves as the Senior Program Vice President of National Children’s Center. She has been a part of the world of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities her entire life, as her older brother, Kip, was diagnosed with autism at a young age. As part of her responsibilities at NCC, Beth oversees incident and risk management, staff development, compliance, human rights and self-advocacy, as well as support for person-centered thinking and quality of life for people receiving services. She has a master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from West Virginia University. She is an alumna of the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Program for Using Evidence to Improve Social Program Effectiveness, as well as Villanova’s Six Sigma Greenbelt program. Beth, also, co-chairs the Human Rights Review Committee for the District of Columbia’s Department on Disabilities Services. She is the proud mother of two, and the very proud grandmother of Yusuf, Sydney, and William. She lives in Potomac, MD with her husband.