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Elizabeth (Beth) Peck

Director of Mitigation


Elizabeth (Beth) Peck is the Director of Mitigation for Tidal Basin, and she also serves as the Capture Manager for the mitigation team. Since joining the Tidal Basin, Beth has supported several key clients with their mitigation initiatives including the states of New York, Hawai’i, and Florida.  

In her role as the Capture Manager for Tidal Basin’s mitigation team, Beth assists in ascertaining key business pursuits and providing the leadership, coordination, resource allocation, and strategy needed to prepare winning bids. 

Beth has over 12 years of experience in mitigation planning, project management, mitigation grants management, and critical infrastructure protection in the Homeland Security and Emergency Management fields. Before joining Tidal Basin, she served in senior consulting roles for renowned national consulting firms, and she served as the Senior Hazard Mitigation Officer (SHMO) for the State of New Hampshire.

Education

  • Elizabeth has a bachelor’s degree from Franklin Pierce University and a master’s degree in Homeland Security from American Military University. She is also an adjunct professor in Homeland Security for New England College.

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