Beth Miller-Herholtz holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing management with a minor in English from Virginia Tech. After graduation, she worked at Information Handling Services (IHS) for nearly 14 years, rising to the Director of Business Development for the public sector.

In less than two years, Beth helped IHS develop a government relations program that expanded the company’s visibility on Capitol Hill by building relationships with congressional committee members and Department of Defense executive officers. She helped secure over $5 million in funding for IHS and provided the foundation for future programs with requested funding of nearly triple this figure. 

Enhancing SNVC
Beth brings a rich background in customer-centric programs to SNVC. Her experience spans sales, marketing, customer support and product development across the public and private sectors and for-profit and non-profit organizations. As chief strategy officer, she is responsible for developing strategic initiatives that propel SNVC’s growth and expand customer relationships. She also manages internal and external communications and fosters employee engagement.

Beth is an integral member of the SNVC team that is bringing a new cloud-based collaboration solution to the market – Helix℠. With this program, users can save time on daily tasks while enhancing personal performance and business efficiencies.

Leadership
Beth was instrumental in bringing the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People program to SNVC and worked with President and CEO Tom DeWitt to establish the SNVC Institute for Leadership & Innovation at Longwood University. The program is the foundation for the company’s professional development program and has been instrumental in helping SNVC claim the top ranking among “Best Places to Work in Virginia” for two consecutive years.

Community Involvement
Beth has served on the Virginia Chamber’s Small Business Committee since 2008. She sits on the Advisory Group for the SNVC Institute for Leadership & Innovation and provides in-kind services to the Aurora Foundation, focusing on program development, marketing and communication. She is a member of Small and Emerging Contractor Advisory Firm (SECAF) and sits on the Communications Committee, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), and the D.C. chapter of the American Marketing Association. Beth is also a graduate and past valedictorian of the Richard Tyler International Sales Immersion Program.

Away from Work
Beth lives in Warrenton, Virginia, with her husband Steve Herholtz. Together, they have 22 (and counting) nieces and nephews and travel frequently throughout the East Coast and Pacific Northwest.