Beth Ruoff, a member of Ogilvy PR’s Strategy and Planning Group, shapes corporate social responsibility, branding and social marketing communications strategies and programs for diverse clients, including Kimberly-Clark, National Institutes of Health, Unilever, Capital Area Food Bank and more.

Previously, Beth headed Ogilvy PR’s Creative Studio, where she led the development of award-winning campaigns that raised awareness, educated, and prompted action on challenging and complex issues, including HIV/AIDS, heart disease, cancer, nutrition, sustainability and reproductive health.

Outside of Ogilvy, Beth is active in the non-profit community. She serves on the Board of Directors of Fauna & Flora International, works closely with Girls, Inc., and is a member of the Phillips Collection where she served on the Contemporaries Steering Committee.