Beth Bruno traded the Blue Ridge for the Rocky Mountains after two decades in megacities. Upon graduating from Northwestern University in Chicago, she and her husband moved to an even larger city, Istanbul, where they led campus teams with CRU. Ten years later they moved to Seattle where Beth received an MA in International Community Development and launched a nonprofit aimed at preventing domestic minor sex trafficking.
Beth regularly speaks and trains around the topic of trafficked youth, including interviews with local radio stations and lots of coffee with the FBI, Homeland Security, and local law enforcement.
Beth’s focus on women is most personal as it relates to raising her two daughters. She writes to uncover the glory of girls for publications such as Relevant, Today’s Christian Woman, The Well, Mudroom Blog, and Thrive. She speaks at women's retreats around the topic of “Women Becoming” and finds support from being a member of Redbud Writer’s Guild, an international organization for expanding the Christian feminine voice. Her first book, A Voice Becoming: Rites of Passage for Raising Strong Daughters, was released in January 2018 by FaithWords, an imprint of Hachette.
Beth lives in Colorado with her husband of twenty-one years and their three kids, almost all of whom have surpassed her in height.