Beth Pasek is a 30-year social services veteran and longtime Department of Children and Families employee with a wide array of program and operations experience. As a member of the Florida Sterling Board of Examiners for the past 14 years, Beth is a Master Examiner. Beth is currently the Community Development Administrator for Circuit 13. Recent positions with the Department include the statewide Critical Incident Rapid Response Team Coordinator, Operations Review Specialist, and Operations Manager for seven counties in the SunCoast Region. From 2005 to 2011, Beth served as the Regional Program Supervisor where she provided oversite to professional staff with expertise in all areas of child protection and permanency. Beth previously served as an Operations Program Administrator where she provided oversight for a service center of child protective investigators. Before coming to the Department, Beth worked with the Georgia Department of Family and Children Services and at Anneewakee Treatment Center. Beth holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Monmouth College and a master’s degree in community counseling from Georgia State University.