Beth Hansen

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Beth Hansen
Born Starkville, Mississippi
Residence Jackson, Mississippi
Citizenship United States of America
Alma mater Mississippi State University
Occupation Businessperson
Employer Mississippi Board of Realtors
Title President

Mary Beth Howell Hansen, CAE,[1] is an American business personality, lobbyist, and philanthropist. She has served as Chief Executive Officer of the Mississippi Board of Realtors,[2] since 2010,[3] and is a Director of the National Association of Realtors. Additionally, she is Sustaining Advisor of the Junior League of Jackson, Mississippi,[4] Executive Director of the Mississippi Children's Museum,[5] and member of the Mississippi Wastewater Advisory Council.[6] She is also a certified lobbyist for the Mississippi State Legislature[7] and president of the Long Beach, Mississippi Historical Society.[8] In 2011, she served as an advisor to Blueprint Mississippi,[9] an organization devoted to improving the lives of Mississippians.

She is the daughter of NBA Hall of famer Bailey Howell[10] and the sister-in-law of University of Florida Gators athletic director Scott Stricklin. She is the wife of Nick Hansen.


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