Beth Seibert is from the Spencerville community, where she was raised on the family farm. Agriculture has been central to her entire life and she is proud to have played a prominent role in the largest industry in Allen County. She joined the office of Commissioner after a distinguished and lengthy career with the Allen Soil and Water Conservation District.
Beth’s record of leadership and budget administration experience extends across county government, community and religious organizations, and nonprofits. Through the 3,000 Conservation Districts across the U.S., she served in top leadership roles for Ohio, the north central regional states, and at the national level. Beth holds a professional certification in Municipal Stormwater Management and has been Allen County’s leading representative to Ohio EPA, defending our community in environmental matters. She was a board member on the Lima Allen County Chamber of Commerce for eight years and was appointed by the Allen County Commissioners to serve on the Local Emergency Planning Committee from 2011 through 2019.
A graduate of Spencerville High School, Beth has also completed undergraduate coursework at The Ohio State University in the College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences and at Columbus State Community College in Business Management. She and her husband Bill Miron are the parents of four daughters and grandparents to four grandsons.
“I’m passionate about Allen County being the very best place for families to live, work, and play and where businesses thrive. Therefore, I am dedicated to putting my experiences and partnerships to work in the service of moving Allen County forward.”