Meet Beth Stoller
In 2014, Beth Stoller recognized that while there is certainly a need for 1-to-1 business relationships, building those relationships one at a time is not the most time-efficient way for business professionals, small business owners, and solopreneurs to grow their businesses.
Combining her passion for helping people with her nuts-and-bolts problem-solving approach and networking savvy, Beth established At the Podium to help professionals address the challenges of public speaking so they can comfortably step into their roles as speakers and leaders.
“Helping business professionals, sales people, and entrepreneurs, as well as aspiring and professional speakers, to grow their businesses and advance their careers is something I truly enjoy.
Beth has a diverse professional background to draw from, including accounting, media buying, project management, contract negotiation, event coordination, and meeting leadership. She has a true talent for problem-solving, and an absolute belief that everyone has gifts, talents, skills, experiences, knowledge, stories, and/or special messages to share.
“There are many talented speakers out there—hidden gems who should be heard! A great speaker can change your life with the right message at the right time, and that’s what I love about my work… through At the Podium, I get to help facilitate those moments!”
Beth’s Current Professional Affiliations:
- The Rotary Club of Trumbull, Membership Chair
- The Network of Executive Women, President
- The Power Network, Board Member
- The Working Women’s Forum
- Authentic Connections
- Monroe, CT Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors
- Trumbull, CT Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors
- Rotary District 7980 Membership Ambassador
About Beth’s Affiliations
Beth has always been, and continues to be an active community member and avid volunteer. Being a member of Trumbull’s Rotary Club provides her with another outlet to fulfill her passion for helping others. One of her favorite Rotarian volunteer activities is helping to serve a monthly breakfast at the Thomas Merton House in Bridgeport. In the fall of 2015, she had the privilege of traveling with Rotary International to Mombasa, Kenya as a volunteer for a week of repairing schools.
On a Truly Personal Note
Beth was born in Brooklyn, NY, grew up in Norwalk, CT, and has been a long-term resident of Trumbull, CT, where she lives with Rick, her husband of 37 years, her son Brian, and their dog Pancho. When she’s not working on her business or volunteering, Beth’s other interests include tennis, photography, jigsaw puzzles, and hanging out with family and friends watching a good movie or playing games.