To amplify the feminine voice, curate the feminine story, and explore feminine glory so that you find significance in your own beautifully ordinary life.
M.A. in International Community Development from Northwest University.
B.S. in Education and Social Policy from Northwestern University.
Certificate from International Institute for Restorative Practices.
Certificate from BuildaBridge Institute for Arts Transformation.
Authorized Facilitator of Stewards of Children, a preventative child sexual abuse training
BETH BRUNO is a curator of the feminine story, amplifier of the feminine voice, and explorer of feminine glory. You can find her doing just that on her weekly podcast, Fierce & Lovely, in her book, A VOICE BECOMING: A Yearlong Mother-Daughter Journey into Passionate, Purposed Living (Faith Words, 2018), and through boutique mother-daughter experiences and women travel guides. She is a member of Hope*Writers, Redbud Writer’s Guild, and is a regular contributor to Red Tent Living. She and her husband spent 10 years on staff with Cru, mostly in the Middle East, which led to a deep commitment to the marginal and global voice. Returning from overseas, Beth earned her MA in international community development and founded a nonprofit which galvanized Northern Colorado to develop a coordinated response to human trafficking. She is regularly sought out to speak on domestic human trafficking, raising strong girls, and intentional parenting. She holds a BA from Northwestern University where she and her husband met over a quarter century ago. They now live in Colorado with their 3 kids ages 13-19.