VICE PRESIDENT, young alumni
Bothaina "Beth" Saleh is a proud graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism. She has a passion for storytelling, people, sports, travel and public speaking. While at UF, she was Founding President of the First Generation Student Organization and an active member of the Dean of Students Office, serving as a first-year instructor for first-year students helping to acclimate them to the Gator Nation.
Her past professional experiences have been as an on-air talent at WUFT-FM and WUFT-TV in Gainesville, Florida- the local NPR and PBS affiliates, respectively. A natural social butterfly, Bothaina joined the prestigious International Radio and Television Society as a Summer Fellow in 2013, allowing her to network with key media industry executives, eventually leading to an internship with Good Morning America.She moved to New York City following her graduation and has since had the incredible opportunity to work for major media outlets including NBC Sports Group, The Walt Disney Company’s Maker Studios, COMPLEX, and currently Great Big Story where she spearheads brand marketing.
On the weekends you can catch her traveling the world, being a couch coach for her beloved Florida Gators, or lying in Central Park with a really interesting book. Go Gators!