Beth Humbert is the Founder of Whole Latte Love Café, a not-for-profit organization created to provide a paid supported employment training option for transitioning adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities after high school. She has over 25 years of Human Resources and business experiences spanning multiple industries. As a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Beth has dedicated the last 16 years to the vocational rehabilitation field and prior to this, she successfully managed self-insured worker’s compensation claims for a staffing agency. Beth’s experiences range from job search strategies, case management referrals from the State of OH, to vocational rehabilitation counseling in a level-one traumatic brain injury hospital to a program director of an adult day habilitation service. Additional duties include planning, and developing partnerships with community employers, as well as implementing innovative strategies or job accommodations, as well as working with the public, instructing families while working with social security benefits and general education regarding safe work practices. Beth graduated with a M.Ed. from Kent State University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Malone. Beth is the wife to Scott Humbert and are the proud parents of three daughters, with their youngest, Caroline being labeled as a person with a disability. Beth is currently a Parent Mentor for The Arc of Stark County and has been actively involved with Stark Public Special Olympics for many years.