Beth Bowlen Wallace
Director, Denver Broncos

Beth Bowlen Wallace, Director of Special Projects for the Denver Broncos, has a passion to support the community that has been so loyal to the Denver Broncos. Her work includes supporting Colorado based nonprofits and charitable foundations. Beth played an integral role indevelopment of the Ring of Fame Plaza at Sports Authority Field and the recently commemorated statute of her father, Pat Bowlen.
Prior to her work at the Denver Broncos, Beth owned and operated Social Butterfly, LLC, an event planning and management firm located in Honolulu, HI. Her company earned the nod for "Best of" by Honolulu Magazine in 2007 and 2008. Additionally, while in Honolulu, Beth worked for Team Unlimited, LLC, assisting in the creation and operation of the first ever XTERRA mountain bike and triathlon event which has now grown to an international event represented in over 30 countries. From 1998-2000, Beth worked for Nike, Inc., directing marketing and event planning services for Niketown in the Denver metro area.  Beth received a BS in Sociology from the University of Colorado and is currently completing her final year of law school at the University of Denver.

Beth has embraced various public speaking opportunities in Denver and feels a call to encourage young adults and women. Beth is a member of the Greenwood Community Church, and she serves on the following boards: Colorado Uplift, Urban Youth Ministries, Tennyson Center for Children, and the Rocky Mountain Children's Health Foundation. She most recently has become involved with the Alzheimer's Association and other related nonprofitssupporting the research for the disease.
Beth is an avid equestrian, showing in the hunter and jumper disciplines throughout the western United States.  She also enjoys running, hiking, skiing, yoga, and water sports. Beth is married to John R. Wallace.