Beth Tritter helps not-for-profit organizations, prominent foundations and multinational corporations with an interest in U.S. foreign policy to achieve their advocacy goals. Beth has worked with clients to create dynamic and integrated advocacy and communications campaigns and thought leadership platforms, build and run coalitions and leverage her clients’ voices and expertise in support of policy change. A respected government relations and advocacy professional, Beth is an experienced strategist, facilitator and negotiator with skills honed during her time on Capitol Hill and, more recently, as an advisor to the most prominent organizations working on global health and development. Beth’s clients have included the United Nations Foundation, the Population Council, the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network, Every Mother Counts, the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Standard Chartered Bank.
Beth joined GPG after nearly a decade on Capitol Hill, serving most recently as Legislative Director for Congresswoman Nita Lowey of New York, Ranking Member of the House Appropriations Committee and the Subcommittee on State and Foreign Operations. Beth was Lowey’s lead representative in negotiating the annual foreign aid bill and focused specifically on U.S. policy toward the Middle East and South Asia, poverty-focused development and health assistance, and anti-terrorism aid.
Beth, who was named as one of the Devex Washington, D.C. 40-under-40 leaders in international development, received Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in Modern Middle Eastern Studies, and studied at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. She is on the board of the Democracy Council and the Center for Health and Gender Equity. Beth lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband and four children.