Beth Rusnock is the Head of Corporate Communications and Community Relations for National Life Group as well as the President of the National Life Group Foundation. In these roles, she drives employee and community engagement by building a culture based on the company’s values of do good, be good, make good.
Beth co-founded Do Good Fest, a benefit music concert series with annual events held in Montpelier, VT and Arlington, TX. She established ending childhood hunger as National Life’s corporate cause, and created and managed the Main Street Grant program to support struggling Vermont communities. She also leads many initiatives that bring recognition and support to local nonprofits and the community from the distribution of free Thanksgiving meals to on-site puppy adoption days and hosting exhibits of hospice caregivers.
In addition to her current VBSR board commitment, Beth serves on the Working Communities Challenge Steering Committee led by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. She has served on the boards of the Vermont Foodbank and Preservation Trust of Vermont as well as on the Vermont Community Foundation’s Covid-19 Response Fund Steering Committee.
In her spare time, Beth enjoys traveling with her husband and two daughters.