Beth researches, advises and implements improvements for organizations and their employees. She has over two decades of organizational research and management consulting experience. Her past clients include the U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, California Department of Transportation, and U.S. Department of Defense Office of Military Community and Family Policy. Beth's work focuses on workforce issues, such as well-being, employee attitudes, recruitment and retention, job analysis and selection, telework, and workforce planning.
Her extensive experience provides her with a holistic perspective on human capital challenges—from developing surveys and hiring and promotional tests to conducting interviews and analyzing data. She regularly presents research at national conferences and publishes articles in scholarly journals, on top of writing book chapters in her areas of expertise.
Ph.D. Industrial/Organizational Psychology, George Mason University
M.A. Industrial/Organizational Psychology, George Mason University
B.A. Psychology and Speech Communication, Miami University
- Jones, David, Keith Davidson, Rod Hite, and Annie Howley. (March 2019). A Comprehensive Assessment of Small Combined Heat and Power Technical Market Potential in California. California Energy Commission. Publication Number: CEC-500-2019-030.
- De Martini, Paul, Carolyn Brouillard, Matt Robison, and Annie Howley. (2016). The Rising Value of Stakeholder Engagement in Today’s High-Stakes Power Landscape. ICF.
- De Martini, Paul, Tony Brunello, and Annie Howley. (2016). Planning for More Distributed Energy Resources on the Grid: A Summary for Policy-Makers on the Walk-Jog-Run Model. More Than Smart.