Beth Kintner has lived in Farmington for over 25 years, and currently serves on the Farmington Board of Education. She is chair of the BOE communications committee, as well as liaison to the High School Building Committee and the Farmington Public School Foundation. Beth also served one term on the Farmington Town Council from 2018-2020.

From 2012-2017, Beth was president and co-president of Farmington Future, a nonpartisan group that advocated for Farmington’s schools and town services. In that role, she informed the public of key issues and the priorities and actions of local elected officials, and encouraged residents to engage in the budget process and other important town issues.  

Volunteerism has always been very important to Beth.  Her many years of community involvement include a decade with the PTOs of Noah Wallace and West Woods Schools. She also served on the Irving Robbins Middle School Parent Advisory Council and the Superintendent’s Parent Leadership Forum. She volunteered with the booster clubs for Farmington High School Boys’ Baseball, Boys’ Soccer, and Track and Field teams and the Farmington Little League. Beth earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Social Work; and has more than 15 years of experience in the non-profit sector as a case manager, program director, and grants administrator. Beth lives in Farmington with her husband Thomas and three sons.