Indiv. & Teams/ Renewals
I am originally from western Maryland . My Father has been a Pastor for my entire life. We moved to the Phoenix area when I was 15 for my Dad to Pastor at a church and instantly fell in love with the area.
Music and worship are a huge part of who I am. I have served on my church worship team for over 8 years. I attend my Father’s church in Gilbert, AZ called the Oasis. I have a toddler son who I spend most of my time with and love to pieces
I truly enjoy connecting with people and I’m so blessed to be a part of Good Neighbor Insurance.
Five Questions For Beth
1.) What experience and skills do you bring to clients of Good Neighbor, and how does it help non-profits, charities and individual travelers?
I have over 5 years of experience working in customer service and administrative areas. I love making connections with people and truly want to make their experience a great one!
2.) What does “Good Neighbor Insurance” mean to you?
Being a “Good Neighbor” is being a friend to everyone. Going the extra mile to make sure everyone is taken care of.
3.) Beth, where have you traveled to/lived? What did you like about it and what has it taught you?
Moving across the country at a young age, opened my eyes to how beautiful stepping outside of your comfort zone can be. I hope to travel more and experience more through the years.
4.) Your Bucket List: What are the next three places you’d like to go, or things you’d like to do, if money were no object?
- My Father comes from very strong Italian roots. He knows of some distant Aunts and Uncles we have over in Italy. I truly hope to meet them someday.
- I’ve always had an urge to travel through Europe and see the rich history and experience the culture there.
- I would love to take my entire family to Hawaii and have a few weeks by the beach and make some memories.
5.) Tell us your best travel tip, or bit of expatriate advice, to help those traveling or living overseas:
Always be willing to be flexible in your travels. Between flight delays and things getting lost. I’ve learned over the years in traveling don’t sweat the small things. It may not go as planned but enjoy everything.
Name two things you are grateful for?
1.) For a God who unconditionally loves and knows me.
2.) For my little boy. I know God has many great things for you.