Beth O'Neill Maloney
Executive Director, New England
Staff, Blog Author
Beth O’Neill Maloney became the Executive Director of PCA-New England in January 2016. In her role, Beth is responsible for the overall success of the New England Chapter. She works with the New England board to develop, implement and evaluate a long-term strategy for the chapter. She represents PCA in the local community by developing relationships with business, philanthropic, academic and government leaders. In addition, she is responsible for raising sufficient funds annually for PCA-New England to thrive.
A graduate of Dartmouth College and Georgetown Law School, Beth is a former Litigation Partner at the law firm of Nixon, Peabody in Boston where she practiced law for twelve years. Beth then spent another dozen years raising three children and having fun coaching youth sports, serving on nonprofit boards, and teaching at Boston University Law School. Most recently, Beth was selected as a Massachusetts Women’s Leadership Fellow and served as a Director at the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and the MBTA, focused on policy issues.
Beth values the importance of sports in teaching life lessons; she experienced sports as an athlete, youth coach, administrator, and parent. She played Varsity Soccer at Dartmouth College in the wake of Title IX, and competed in freestyle skiing at the national level. She has had the opportunity to coach boys and girls in skiing and soccer, and to serve as a youth soccer administrator. Beth lives in Newton with her husband Bob and their three children, all of whom are passionate about their various sports which include soccer, football, basketball, track, skiing, baseball, and lacrosse. As a family, they happily spend much of their free time at high school and college athletic events.