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ms Q+A : Bethany Noe

ms Q+A : Bethany Noe

Rebekah White

June 23, 2023

Bethany in 100 Words or Less

Bethany Noe is a Project Analyst, assisting Project Managers in setting up and maintaining their projects through completion. After graduating from Ohio Dominican University, she worked at another engineering firm in finance for 19 years. She then moved to ms, where she’s worked for over 1.5 years. Bethany is married and has two cats that she treats as if they’re her kids!  Growing up, she was always involved in sports, mostly on the baseball and softball field. She now enjoys pickleball, running, and walking.  With one marathon under her belt, she hopes to run at least one other someday.

The Speed Round

As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

Fighter pilot


Cook at home or eat out?

Cook at home on the smoker or grill.


If you had your own talk show, who would be your first three guests?

Pink, Lisa Fernandez, and Garth Brooks.


Who do you admire the most?

My dad


Best concert you’ve been to?

Billy Joel


Favorite summertime activity?

Floating in a pool or lake


Sweet or salty?



If you could live one day over again, which would you pick?

The day I ran a marathon.

Tell Us More

What is most rewarding about being an analyst at ms?

The most rewarding part is being a part of our team. We have a great group of people from top to bottom that make work more fun.


What is the most surprising thing you’ve learned while working at ms?

I have learned how down to Earth leadership is; No matter how busy, they seem to always have time to say hello and chat for a bit. 


What is the best career advice you’ve ever received?

The best advice I have received was to not be afraid to fail or make mistakes but be coachable. You never stop learning in life, even at the highest level.


If you knew you couldn’t fail, what would you do?

If I couldn’t fail, I would be a fighter pilot. I can’t imagine what flying those jets around must feel like!


What is your best job perk at ms?

I love the flexibility. I think over the last few years, leadership (not just at ms, but everywhere) has learned that there is more than one way to be successful, whether it be from home, in the office, or a combination of both.