Beth Casavant

Beth graduated from Skidmore College in 1994 with a degree in Elementary Education and American Studies, and earned a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology from Framingham State College in 2000. Beth began her teaching career in her hometown of Torrington, Connecticut, teaching 4th grade in her former elementary school. Over her 9 years as an educator, Beth also taught in South Florida and Maynard, Massachusetts before leaving the classroom to raise a family.

Since moving to Shrewsbury in 2008, Beth has been an active community volunteer. While her children were in school, Beth served in leadership positions on several PTOs. Beth is an elected Town Meeting Member, served as a Trustee of the Shrewsbury Public Library, is President of the Shrewsbury Rotary Club and is currently in her second term on the Shrewsbury Select Board.

Beth has been involved in a number of town-wide initiatives, serving as a member of the campaign committee to renovate and expand the Shrewsbury Public Library, the campaign manager for Community Supporters for Shrewsbury, the successful ballot initiative for a proposition 2 ½ override, and as a campaign strategist for Community Supporters for Beal and Community Supporters for Public Safety, helping to organize successful debt exclusion campaigns to build a new elementary school and a new police station respectively.

For the past 8 years Beth has served as the Tournament Director for the Hannah Kane Charity Classic, helping to raise critical funds for three local charities: Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services, St. Anne’s Human Services and Westborough Food Pantry.

Beth and her husband Scott have 2 teenage daughters, Julia and Emma, two playful Havanese dogs and a sweet English budgie.