Meet Beth Ann Bittner Mazza

Beth Ann Bittner Mazza is a longtime resident of the district, local small businesswoman and dedicated community leader who truly cares about the place we call home and the values we share.

Small business owner and publisher of Lower Providence Living magazine, Beth Ann Bittner Mazza has spent her career working in Montgomery County. She previously served as the Community Relations Coordinator for Audubon Branch of the Philadelphia Freedom YMCA, Deputy Director of Montgomery County’s Division of Emergency Medical Services and Membership Ambassador for Midatlantic Employers’ Association.

Believing in being an active part of the community that you live or work in to make it a safer, happier and healthier place, Beth Ann Bittner Mazza’s civic involvement began at the age of 15 with the local Emergency Medical Services squad. Since then, she has volunteered her time throughout our community including: The Lower Providence Parks and Recreation Board; Methacton Education Foundation; Lower Providence Business Association; Montgomery County District Attorney Youth Aid Panel; Montgomery County CISM Team; Boys Scouts of America; Optimist International and American Red Cross amongst others.

Beth Ann Bittner Mazza earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Cabrini University. She lives in Lower Providence Township and is the mother of three boys.