Beth Janoff has held business leadership positions for over 30 years. 

She began her professional career arranging educational international trade seminars at the World Trade Center; followed by designing and managing legal seminars for a national professional education company. 

Beth founded her first company, Business Development Associates, at thirty.  BDA presented over 60 legal seminars around the country each year and employed 20 employees, generating $4 million in revenue. The seminars focused on the practical implications of federally regulated, cutting-edge legal topics. A quarter of the programs were specifically designed for women corporate counsel and were very well received.

She was featured and pictured in the Wall Street Journal, [former Entrepreneur Section]. The article focused on the benefits/drawbacks of considering a private investor. 

Beth is now engaged in her second company, IN-JEEN-YUHS, LLC.  She curates the works of artists from around the world who ingeniously design home goods and personal wares from repurposed materials. It’s a labor of love for her to find well-made, urban, and sustainable wares that tell a story and are a bit unique. IN-JEEN-YUHS supports women in small communities around the world and other crafts people based in the USA. A portion of IN-JEEN-YUHS revenue support justice, environment, food security, and women & youth based causes.

Over the years, Beth has been involved in various fundraising, educational, and recreational efforts for local schools, girl scouts, and her synagogue. She was President of the Sisterhood and on the BOD at her synagogue for a number of years. She rejuvenated and managed the retail gift shop that generated revenue to support women and youth projects.

She’s been a business manager/life coach to three beautiful loving individuals for 24 years, and married to a wonderful man for 26 years. The newest addition, Mookie, a black golden doodle, has been a source of love and comfort before and during the pandemic.