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Beth Keeton

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Beth Keeton is Senior Consultant with Griffin-Hammis Associates. Beth has worked closely with the state vocational rehabilitation agencies in both Florida and Texas to coordinate the development and implementation of a statewide self-employment certification curriculum. Beth has worked on several other national self-employment projects, including the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities, the Iowa Medicaid Infrastructure Grant, the Minnesota Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, and the New York Medicaid Infrastructure Grant, all of which are geared toward increasing the quantity and quality of self-employment outcomes.

During her time on the various self-employment projects, she has developed expertise in business plan development and has discovered a particular affinity for financial planning and Social Security benefits analysis. In 2007, Beth completed the Community Work Incentives Coordinator (CWIC) coursework through Cornell University. Under subcontract with Virginia Commonwealth University, she subsequently developed the national CWIC self-employment training curriculum along with additional materials on the incorporation of government funding sources into business financials. In addition, Beth co-wrote Navigating Government Benefits & Employment: A Guidebook for Veterans with Disabilities (Vicks Lithography and Printing, 2013) and was a contributing author in the development of the online course Creating Community Careers and Customized Self-Employment. Beth is also the current Executive Director and Vice Chair on the Board for the Center for Social Capital.

Beth earned a B.S. degree in psychology from Clemson University and an M.S. degree in special education from the University of Oregon in 1996.


Beth Keeton's Books

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  • Making Self-Employment Work for People with Disabilities, Second Edition

    ISBN: 978-1-59857-403-6

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    Your step-by-step guide to helping adults with disabilities get a small business off to a strong start—now updated with a new and improved assessment approach, the latest on policy and online opportunities, and more.

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