Director, Affiliate Marketing
Three fun facts about Beth:
- My husband and I love to go boating on the lake.
- Aruba is my favorite vacation spot.
- We just had a baby boy named Hudson.
The best thing for me about working at SNI is the people! It is easy to come to work every day when you’ve got a great group of people to work with. Scripps
is a large company, but, because people are so helpful, I don’t feel
you get lost in the shuffle like other big companies.
One thing I love about my job at SNI is creating new projects. A favorite project I worked on was one I managed between Food Network and DISH Network. I managed, created and oversaw production of a show we produced exclusively for DISH Network called Food Network Star: After Party. It
was a four-part series that dished out behind the scenes details with
the most recent contestant who was voted off, creating excitement
leading up to the finale. I learned so much through this
project about show production, and the experience allowed me to develop
skills and knowledge beyond my current role.
I’m based in Knoxville and love it because everything is very convenient. Great grocery stores and shopping are close by, and we can always be on the lake in our boat within 15 minutes!
In my opinion, what it takes to be successful at SNI is creativity. Speaking
specifically about Affiliate Marketing, I believe creativity coupled
with results is the driver of success. Creativity helps find new
inventive ways to look at situations, handle projects and generate
lucrative opportunities for SNI and its networks.
My favorite SNI show is Food Network’s Restaurant:Impossible. I
love the challenges, the stress, and I love how the host, Robert
Irvine. He handles getting the job done no matter the obstacles. I’ve even had an opportunity to meet him and now love the show that much more!
One of my favorite SNI benefits is one
of our internal Learning & Development programs called Mentoring
Experience (ME). A Mentee is paired up with a Mentor and has the
opportunity to learn about other parts of the company, ask advice and
work on their career priorities. I had the pleasure of being a Mentee
and learned so much working with my Mentor who helped me concentrate on
career development and offered some wonderful advice. We built a wonderful working relationship, and I still call on him as a resource for guidance.