Beth Bibus joined MAD in October 2012, bringing her skills in mixed-methods research and investigation. Beth has over 15 years of professional experience in Minnesota government and nonprofit organizations. Her areas of expertise include legal and policy analysis, program evaluation, data analysis and presentation, external communication, civil rights enforcement, and conflict resolution. Beth excels at creatively synthesizing qualitative and quantitative data to answer challenging policy and organizational questions.
Since joining MAD, Beth has consulted for a variety of clients, including the Departments of Administration, Education, Health, Human Services, Natural Resources, and Public Safety; her consulting services have ranged from managing interagency and stakeholder engagement projects, to designing and analyzing surveys, to leading research teams and writing comprehensive evaluation and legislative reports.
Beth earned a master’s degree in Public Administration from Hamline University, where she focused on technology in government, social demographics and organizational change. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Political Science from Hamline. Beth serves on the advisory board for her alma mater’s Center for Public Administration & Leadership.