Board Bio Details

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Beth Drozda (HS’84, U’87)

Beth Drozda, in her first term of service, is new to the Board in 2016. She is a Senior Human Resources Consultant with Access Communications, and has worked in the HR field for thirteen years. As a senior HR Generalist, a large part of her role is in employee development, through performance reviews, training and development, and encouraging ongoing personal and professional development.

Beth is an alumna of both Luther College High School (HS’84) and Luther College at the University of Regina (U’87). She is also the proud parent of a LCHS 2011 graduate.

She has always felt a connection to Luther, both as an aluma, and through the Luther Bach Choir, of which she has been a member for over twenty-five years. As a self-declared “strong advocate of life-long learning,” and one who “encourage[s] others to push their boundaries to see what they can learn,” Beth is grateful at the opportunity to give back by lending her professional knowledge to support the Board of Regents. She also looks forward “valuable experience” that her time as a Board member will provide to her. 

As a member of the Board of the Access Communications Children’s Fund, Beth also works to help raise and donate money to programs aimed at helping children and youth at risk and in need. She is also the President of the Luther Bach Choir.