Assistant to the President
Beth Johnson joined the blue moon fund in October 2010 as assistant to Diane Edgerton Miller. She also manages blue moon's communications strategy and generates content for the website, blog, and social media sites.
Prior to blue moon, she was the assistant to Arthur W. Arundel, philanthropist and newspaper publisher. While working for Mr. Arundel, Beth managed the communications to both non-profit and private institutions, including working with the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Times Community newspapers, and the National Sporting Library to advance Mr. Arundel’s initiatives. She previously was an editorial intern at The Chronicle of the Horse, a weekly news publication covering national and international sport horse competitions.
Beth holds a bachelor’s degree in Art History from Hollins University. Her time at Hollins included interning with Hirschl & Adler Galleries, who specialize in American and European paintings, watercolors, drawings, and sculpture from the eighteenth through the early twentieth centuries. In her spare time, she is a volunteer at New City Arts Initiative, a collaborative non-profit fostering arts engagement in the greater Charlottesville area.