Named a 2009 Rising Star by Federal Computer Week, Beth Maloney has more than 20 years of experience focused on digital solutions for government and private-sector clients launching communications campaigns and new service offerings. She bridges the space between what technology can do and what an agency is trying to achieve. She speaks in plain language, comprehends an agency’s goals, analyzes the options, and clearly presents what’s possible and will be effective.
Drawing on many years’ experience developing online solutions in the media and publishing industry, Ms. Maloney strives to differentiate online and offline outreach efforts, emphasizing that each medium has unique offerings for the audience. With an eye to enhancing online communications with richer content, more interactive features, and multimedia, she furthers the relationship of the publisher and the reader. She is actively engaged with many Palladian Partners clients to further their online outreach, educational, and social media initiatives in the most strategic and cost-effective ways possible.
Ms. Maloney has led the strategic planning and implementation of Web redesigns that include the award-winning American Recovery and Reinvestment Act website for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of the Director (OD); the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health website; the NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse low-literacy website; and websites for the National Center for Research Resources, the Office of Personnel Management, and the Post-Newsweek Media Inc. community newspapers. In addition, she supports strategic communications efforts within the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, the NIH National Cancer Institute, and the NIH Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
Ms. Maloney joined Palladian, now an Altarum Institute company, in early 2008—eight years after Palladian was first a client of hers at an Internet startup company. She remains active in the communications and technology network within Washington, DC, serving as a past executive officer of the board of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Bethesda Chapter and as the first and founding president of The Children’s Inn at the NIH Young Ambassadors Council from 2011 to 2015. She joined the board of directors of The Children’s Inn at NIH in 2012 and currently serves as an executive officer.
She graduated from American University with a bachelor’s degree in international business and marketing with a minor in Spanish.