Beth Lowry is the President of Holder Construction Company. Beth started her career with Holder in 1994 as an intern and joined Holder full-time in 1995 upon graduating from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction. Holder Construction is a $4.5 billion construction services firm based in Atlanta, Georgia since 1960. Beth is the first female in Holder’s history to serve as President.
In her current role, Beth provides executive leadership over Holder’s business functions that support Holder’s construction operations. Beth also provides vision and strategy for Holder’s corporate responsibility, community engagement, and philanthropy. Beth has served on Holder’s senior leadership team since 2006.
Beth is active in the Atlanta community serving on several current and past civic and trade association boards. She’s a United Way of Greater Atlanta Ivan Allen Circle member and active member of the Tocqueville Society. She is an active member of the Rotary Club of Atlanta, Metro Chamber of Atlanta Board of Directors, Kennesaw State University Foundation Trustee, and the chair for the KSU College of Architecture and Construction Management Executive Leadership Council. She serves on the several not-for-profit boards including CareerRise, Associated General Contractors of America Georgia Chapter, and the Latin American Association.
She has a deep passion for advancing women of all ages across all industries. She serves on several community initiatives focused on economic mobility, training, and safe working environments for the greater construction workforce. In 2022, she created the Lowry Family Scholarship at Kennesaw State University providing an endowed scholarship for underrepresented freshman pursuing a degree in construction management.
Beth has two children Sam 17 and Lilly 15 who attend Holy Innocents Episcopal School. Beth grew up on Cape Cod, Massachusetts and has called Atlanta home for the last 28 years.