Beth Yohe M.S.
Beth Yohe, M.S. is a facilitator, consultant, and training designer. She has writtenand delivered training programs on a variety of topic areas including bias, understanding privilege, religious respect, ally-building, analyzing curriculum through a social justice lens, and facilitation skills. Yohe is the Director of Development for the Anti-Defamation League's (ADL) Rocky Mountain Region. Beth develops anti-bias training and curricular materials for the ADL's A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute, a leading provider of anti-bias education and diversity training programs. Beth oversees the Train-the-Trainer program and facilitator development for the Institute. In addition, Yohe also serves as an instructor for University of Colorado at Denver's Department of Education in the Cultural Responsive Urban Education teacher licensure program. Beth has more than 15 years experience in anti-bias training and social justice work and serves on the board of The Privilege Institute, the International Bullying Prevention Association, the Mapleton Education Foundation, and the Matrix Center for the Advancement of Social Equity and Inclusion. She has a Master of Science degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Colorado State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication from Texas A&M University.