Beth Beisel has been a registered dietitian for nearly 30 years. Since 2004, she has studied holistic nutrition and incorporated this science with her background in dietetics. Beth graduated from Villanova University and the University of St. Joseph.
In 2011, she helped lead a campaign called GMO FREE CT. She became an expert on the topic of genetically engineered organisms, and volunteered her time educating consumers and health care professionals about GMOs and lobbying at the CT State Capitol. She has appeared on various radio shows, TV shows, and documentaries, advocating for GMO labeling laws and teaching consumers how and why to avoid them. On June 26, 2013, Connecticut became the first state in the nation to pass a GMO labeling law.
Beth is an original founder of Citizens for GMO Labeling, and co-founder of Connecticut Families Against Chemical Trespass (ConnFact), where she currently resides on its board of directors.