Beth Glas is the Executive Vice President of Maximum Accessible Housing of Ohio (MAHO)and the Director of its Anderson Center for Accessible Living. She joined MAHO in 2007, working primarily for MAHO’s Vistas Apartment Communities, processing applications and working directly with the tenants. She was a member of the Cotman Vistas development team, helping to secure the building’s tax-credit funding and ensure state-of-the-art accessibility.
As her responsibilities grew and knowledge of accessible housing increased, Beth became the Assistant Executive Director and helped create the Anderson Center for Accessible Living in 2013. As the Director of this program, Beth develops and helps execute its activities; she has provided accessible housing education to hundreds of people. She holds an Executive Certificate in Home Modification from the University Of Southern California Andrus School Of Gerontology (2015), a Master of Nonprofit Organizations degree from Case Western Reserve University (2011), and Bachelor’s degree in policy studies from Syracuse University (2005).