Beth was born in Charlotte, NC and raised in the primarily in the Carolina region and Florida. She put this site together with Junito Bermudez after it was requested by a Oxygen Magazine AU in 2015. “I’m one of 24 Beth Adair’s in the USA, and that doesn’t even count the Elizabeth’s”.
Her degree is a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies from the University of Central Florida. Check her Linkedin profile if you’re interested in her job skills.
Projects during the course of her career at Delta Air Lines have included being on the board for the Delta Running Team in the 90’s, raising thousands of dollars running her first marathon for Leukemia Research, volunteering for the USO in Jacksonville and New York City, doing photo shoots free on spec, or with paid project campaigns
“I don’t use my flight passes if I’m getting paid, as it violates company policy. Twice I have bought plane tickets to photo shoots where money was involved. One of the funnest shoots i ever did was on a layover. I worked a trip to get to Dublin, and when I landed worked with a radically energetic crew, Jim Schofield Photography, in Phoenix Park”. Irish record holder Brian Ankers worked with me.
“I ran the 1997 New York City Marathon & trained in Atlanta, Ga. I had a good time working for Tommy Owens and their team. His emphasis was to have fun. I knew I wasn’t going to win any world records, & the race was off the chain fun”. She later ran 2 more NYC marathons. “The goal was running 3 New York Cities before turning 40, so I started at 30. I ran ’97, ’99 and in ’03 with a best friend since childhood, Tracy Wind”. Beth volunteered at the Javits Center Expo in 2018 and also 2019, as well. “So grateful to have met George Hirsch & his crew. He co-founded the NYC marathon and there is no slack effort or anything unenthusiastic about knowing George”, Beth said.
Hobbies over the last 20-30 years have included fitness training, running road races, participating in volunteering and traveling. “If I didn’t work in travel, I wouldn’t have seen 60+ international cities & the most of the US. I’m Irish by descent, so I try to get there once a year, (with work or on my own), for luck”. I’m grateful for my job and laugh everyday, and frequently tell people I get ‘paid to laugh’.”
On charity work Beth said, “projects include working on a fashion show at Altar’d State (a clothing store which benefits the bosellifoundation.com). I waived fees to work it & promote it online at my social pages, to lend local support. The Boselli’s are a class act. I was approached by Danielle Brehm to work the project.” Beth also participated in The #BeTheForce Project on Veterans Day at the USO in New York City, & will be volunteering with GE Aviation & the Jacksonville Jaguars on 11/15 for Habitat For Humanity.
“My projects for 2020 are going to be off the chain fun. I met the Gronkowski’s (a family of retired @NFL football players) recently up at #StadiumBlitz & plan to go to more in 2020. I also plan to train a little harder over the next year for my first bikini fitness contest using the ‘Body for Life’ concept, by Bill Phillips. I’ll be in a division of novices over aged 40 & hope to meet as many people as I can over the next year at all of the #StadiumBlitz events.”
Her airline job will continue to be rewarding and likely include trips to Amsterdam, Dublin, the UK and Paris. “I’m hooked up in with Gyms in some of those destinations “.
“If I’m not laughing, it’s not worth it”, Beth said. And she laughs everyday.
written by : J. Kaiser
photo credit: Sarah Lyons/Picturegroove. AZ. 2015