Principal, Eby Financial
Principal of the San Antonio financial services firm Eby Financial, Beth Eby works primarily with professionals and executives in health care. Focused on the growing, fast-paced, and sometimes volatile health care and biosciences industry, she specializes in strategies that adapt to changing realities.
With the designations of Certified Life Underwriter® and Chartered Financial Consultant®, Beth helps clients with strategies for investing, retirement savings, and life insurance. Because her business is built on personal reputation and relationship building, she frequently speaks on both networking and on personal financial management.
She came to the financial services industry after 12 years in public service. While serving as city manager of the City of Del Rio, Texas, she led the city’s recovery effort after a devastating flood caused widespread property damage and loss of life. Beth served as a senior officer at the NAFTA-chartered North American Development Bank, creating financing mechanisms for water and wastewater infrastructure in the U.S. and Mexico.
She was the first executive director of the bi-national Frank Tejeda Center for Environmental Excellence, and she was appointed by the Board of Regents of the Texas A&M University System to the post of Associate Director of a state agency that delivers training for communities and businesses in high-tech disciplines, homeland security and disaster first response.
Beth is a graduate of Leadership Texas and the Governor’s Executive Development Program. She has served the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association as both chapter president and global treasurer. In 2012, she and two colleagues co-founded The Health Cell, a non-profit trade association with the mission of promoting the careers of professionals in health care in the San Antonio region. Beth is a member of the Rotary Club of San Antonio, and serves on the development board of University of the Incarnate Word.
Beth and a friend worked their way through college by starting a small business, an experience that she says ignited a lifelong devotion to the power we have to create our own destinies.