Vice President of Philanthropy

Beth Telipsky

Beth Telipsky joined the National Charity League, Milton Chapter with her daughter, Marisa, last year as part of the 2023 class.   This year she is serving her first year on the Board of Directors as the VP of Philanthropy.  Last year during her provisional year, she had the pleasure of partnering with Angels Among Us as a Philanthropy Liaison.

The importance of community service has been engrained in Beth’s life ever since she can remember – serving with her parents on many church and community organizations throughout her childhood.  This passion for community service has continued throughout her adult life where she has served in a variety of positions for organizations including Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Girl Scouts of America, Birmingham Falls PTO Board, the United Way Board, and Children’s Hospital.   The core values of NCL which include community service, leadership, and cultural development, reflect the fundamental values that Beth strives to instill within her children as she was so fortunate to have instilled in her life.

Beth earned a bachelor’s degree in both Business and Communications from Ball State University.   The first part of her career was spent in Columbus, Ohio where she worked for Chase Bank as a VP for Consumer Marketing.   After meeting her husband (singing karaoke) and getting married, she then moved to Alpharetta where she continued her Marketing career with United Health Care as a Regional Marketing Director.  Once her daughter Marisa was born, she left the corporate world to be a full time stay at home mom.

Her daughter, Marisa, is an 8th grader (Class of 2023) at Northwestern Middle School.  Beth and Marisa have enjoyed their first year spending quality time together while volunteering at a variety of NCL Philanthropic events. They look forward to their continued journey with NCL Milton Chapter and are excited about the many bonds that will be created through their service, leadership, and cultural experiences that lie ahead.

Beth and her husband, Bob, also have twin 10 year olds (Samantha and Alex) who attend Birmingham Falls Elementary School.  In her spare time, Beth enjoys cooking (and eating what she – or anyone cooks), tennis, her kid’s athletic endeavors, and the performing arts.