Executive Director and Policy Director | The Safe Tennessee Project
Beth Joslin Roth is the Executive Director and Policy Director of The Safe Tennessee Project, a gun violence prevention organization focused on reducing the number of Tennesseans injured and killed by guns through education and advocacy for evidenced-based policies and legislation. As the vice chair of the Davidson County Party, she developed the “Good Trouble” training curriculum and leads voter engagement workshops around the state. She is also a current member of the Emerge Tennessee class of 2018-2019. A life long Tennessean, Beth serves on the Dean’s Advisory Board of the University of Tennessee College of Arts and Sciences and is a proud alumna.