C. Elizabeth ("Beth") McCarty is the VP of talent and organization development for Catalina, a global marketing services company. She leads talent management, talent acquisition, learning and leadership development, and organization design and development. Catalina employs 1,400 employees in the United States, Europe and Japan. Prior to joining Catalina, McCarty was the vice president of leadership and organization effectiveness for HSN Inc. which currently operates the HSN, Frontgate, Ballard Designs, Garnet Hill and Improvements brands. McCarty led the effort to develop talent across HSNi through learning and leadership development, employee communications and engagement, community service and worklife, and HR systems and processes including intranet, performance management, talent review and succession planning. She received the Team Vision award for the successful introduction of HSNi Fundamentals and Leadership Behaviors in 2016. HSN Inc. employs more than 6,500 people in the United States and is headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida. HSN Inc. was recently acquired by QVC. Prior to joining HSN Inc., McCarty served as vice president of HR business excellence for Darden Restaurants. She was responsible for workforce reporting and analytics, HR systems and process, including a new intranet platform with social capabilities. She led the creation and execution of enterprise processes and tools to support talent management and employee engagement, including the first enterprise employee engagement survey, aligned leadership competencies, revised performance management and talent review processes and articulation of Darden's employer brand. She led the successful application that secured Darden a place on Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2011-14. She also supported the formation of and scorecards for enterprise centers of excellence in talent acquisition, employee relations and learning. McCarty received her J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School and her bachelor's from Smith College. She served on the National Retail Service Advisory Council and was on the Learning and Leadership Development Council of the National Retail Foundation. McCarty was formerly a member of The Conference Board's Council of Talent Management Executives II and the Work-Life Leadership Council.