President and Chief Executive Officer
Beth Tucker, President and Chief Executive Officer, is one of the founding partners of KNF&T Staffing Resources, a women-owned certified business established in 1983. As President and CEO, Beth is responsible for KNF&T’s vision, direction and client satisfaction. The foundation of the company is based on Beth’s vision of providing a more consultative approach to identifying talent for client companies. Beth’s focus on developing long-term, strategic partnerships with KNF&T’s clients for both their contract and direct hire needs has led KNF&T to become one of the premier staffing firms in Massachusetts.
KNF&T’s and Beth’s entrepreneurship, commitment to excellence, strong ethics, community outreach and corporate social responsibility has been recognized by The Boston Chamber of Commerce where she was a recipient of the Pinnacle Award for entrepreneurship in 2010. Under Beth's leadership, KNF&T has also been named one of the Top 100 Women Led Businesses by The Commonwealth Institute, one of the Top Ten Temporary Services, one of the Best Professional Recruiting Firms by Forbes, and one of the Area’s Largest Minority/ Women-Owned Businesses by the Boston Business Journal. KNF&T has also been a gold, silver and bronze award winner for Executive Search Firm and Temporary Staffing Firm in Banker and Tradesmen’s “Best Of” issue. Beth’s corporate commitment to giving back to the Boston community includes the SOS™ (Staff on Standby) program, which provides temporary staff to nonprofit organizations that mirror the goal of KNF&T’s philanthropic mission of assisting women and children in transition. Among the many organizations KNF&T supports are Crossroads for Kids, Casa Myrna Vazquez and The Jimmy Fund.
“When I think about the Boston business community and assisting our candidates with their job search, I think about those who are at a disadvantage and how we can assist them with having the opportunity to improve their skills, jobs and income. For me, it is all about partnering with organizations that can facilitate that process,” says Beth.
Beth is also active in The Commonwealth Institute, The Boston Club, The Boston Chamber’s Women’s Executive Council and is an Overseer for the South Shore Conservatory.
Beth is a graduate from the Whittemore School of Business at The University of New Hampshire and resides in Boston with her husband.