Beth McNeill


Beth is a Chicago, IL native and has a strong track record of operating in excellence. She holds a BA in Communications from the State University of New York. She has leveraged her ability to drive superior results and profitability in various industries as she leads with integrity, which enables long-term relationships and has made a difference by leaving a legacy in all of her roles.

In her current role as Senior Director, Sales & Engagement for The Cincinnati USA. Regional Chamber, she leads a team that strives to improve the region’s vibrancy through membership investment, partner benefits, engagement, and programs.

As a member of The Chamber’s leadership team, Beth is responsible for creating a sales culture across the organization and modeling the art of consultative selling. Through innovation, proven sales processes, active listening, intentional inclusion, and collaboration at all levels, she is a change maker inside and outside the company. Today, the Cincinnati USA. Regional Chamber is one of the largest and most influential in the nation, with nearly 4,000 members and a retention rate of more than 88%.

As Associate Director at Cradle Cincinnati, Beth connected her personal story with professional skills and led the way in partnering with corporate and non-medical organizations to reduce infant mortality. She has worked in national sales roles in New York, Atlanta, and Chicago. Additionally, she worked for Cintas Corporation, Chicago Sun-Times, Yahoo, Electric, Cox Interactive Media, and News Corporation.

Beth has memberships at the National Sales Network, National Black MBA Association, American Society for Training and Development, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated. Additionally, she serves on the board of directors at Leading with Literacy USA, STEMulates, and Baby 1st Network.

She is alumnae at Women Unlimited Incorporated, LEAD program, and Urban League of Greater Southwest Ohio’s Urban Leaders Institute XXIII.

She draws inspiration from a quote from Shirley Chisholm, “Service is the rent we pay for our time on earth.”