Director, The New York Times Company, eHealth, Beta Bionics, Tricolor Holdings, SHEEX, and The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC)
Beth Brooke serves on the Board of The New York Times Company, (NYSE:NYT), eHealth (NASDAQ:EHTH), Beta Bionics, Tricolor Holdings, and SHEEX, as well as the USOPC, Aspen Institute, Conference Board, the Partnership for Global LGBTI Equality, APCO’s International Advisory Council, and the IU O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
Formerly, Brooke had a four decade career at EY, was its Global Vice Chair-Public Policy, a member of EY’s Global Board, and global sponsor of Diversity and Inclusion. In the Clinton Administration, she played roles in the Healthcare and Superfund reform efforts and had tax policy responsibility for insurance and managed care.
Brooke is a recognized global advocate of diversity and inclusion. She has been named to Forbes “World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” list eleven times and is in the LGBTQ OutStanding Hall of Fame. She earned a B.S. degree in Industiral management and computer science from Purdue Universtiy where she played intercollegiate basketball and is in the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. She founded the Women Athletes Business Network, which helps elite female athletes pivot from success in sport to success in business after their competitive sporting career ends.