Beth Hucker Joins Hawk Mountain Board

Posted on May 20, 2024 in General

The Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association Board of Directors at its most recent meeting elected Elizabeth “Beth” Hucker to a four-year position on its volunteer board of the member-supported global raptor conservation organization that operates the popular eco-tourist destination Hawk Mountain Sanctuary.

A trusted advisor to multiple educational and environmental organizations, Beth has long-time connections to Hawk Mountain and its global raptor conservation mission. Her father Alan Crawford served as the Sanctuary’s board treasurer for many years, and having grown up with passionate birding parents, Beth has had a long and deep connection to the Sanctuary that started from an early age.

“Beth is a most worthy addition to the Hawk Mountain Board, bringing a passion for nature and for our important conservation mission coupled with broad experience in the management of nonprofit organizations. We are so fortunate to have her in our midst. And her father was a hero of mine, so she had something of a head start for me,” said Board Chair Tom Kerr.

Beth brings much expertise to the Sanctuary. She has served nearly 20 years as president of Superior Family Office, Inc, providing executive financial services for high-net-worth families, held previous leadership positions in finance, and is past chair and ongoing trustee of Willistown Conservation Trust, a trustee of The Nature Conservancy’s PADE Chapter, a trustee at the Agnes and Sophy Dallas Irwin Foundation, and trustee emeritus of The Shipley School where she held positions as both chair and vice chair.

A graduate of The Shipley School and Princeton University, Beth and her husband David reside in Berwyn. Beth is an avid gardener, fly-fisherwoman, and animal lover.