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Beth Vannoy

Board Member & CLO

Discovering her dream to become an attorney in the third grade, Beth Vannoy knew from an early age that she wanted to be involved with the law.

Working toward that dream, Beth attended Wake Forrest University as an undergrad, where she majored in politics and minored in communications. Inspired to begin her career as quickly as possible, Beth finished her studies at Wake Forrest in three years before a love for sun and adventure brought her to law school in San Diego, CA.

Drawn to California Western School of Law because of the internship opportunities available, Beth entered the program in the hopes of merging her love of law and baseball into an exciting career as an agent negotiating contracts for MLB players. Fate had a different plan in mind for Beth, however, and her career path shifted when she was offered a position at a litigation firm upon graduating from law school. During her time out West, Beth practiced primarily construction defect litigation in California and Nevada defending general contractors and subcontractors at Morris & Sullivan, LLP (currently named Morris, Sullivan & Lemkul, LLP).

During a visit to North Carolina for Thanksgiving one year, Beth reconnected with Jay Vannoy and ultimately moved back home to be with him in 2008. She joined Jay’s law firm, and the two were married in 2009.

Beth came to know Window World as an attorney at Vannoy, Colvard, Triplett & Vannoy. Recognized by Todd Whitworth for her unique approach to problem-solving, Beth was first introduced to the company as an outside counsel before joining Window World as its in-house counsel in 2010. Beth was appointed to the Window World board of directors in 2015.

Aside from her commitment to Window World, faith and family are of the utmost importance for Beth. She enjoys spending time with her family, playing sports with her children, watching her boys share her love of baseball, and cooking. Her family attends Wilkesboro Baptist Church where she serves on the Preschool Advisory Committee and teaches Sunday School.