Beth Kraft has been involved in the fields of Entertainment and Education for most of her professional life. After an early career in the music industry that included working for Diana Ross in New York, she moved to Los Angeles where she helped inaugurate Picture Music International, the music video division of Capitol Records. Beth received a Masters in Education from Pepperdine University and has been teaching preschool at the Early Childhood Center of Congregation Valley Beth Shalom in Encino for the last 15 years. She also served as the Assistant Director of The Family Center there. She is an active member of Congregation Valley Beth Shalom. Beth has served as a Volunteer Coordinator for the Oakwood School at L.A. Family Housing, a facility servicing homeless families in the San Fernando Valley. Beth and her husband have been actively involved in the non-profit Cambodian Children’s Fund based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia since its inception in 2006. She has participated in AJWS study tours to Haiti, India and the domestic study tour in Los Angeles.
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