Kristin Beltzer was appointed as an Administrative Commissioner to the Michigan Liquor Control Commission in April 2022 and reappointed on June 13, 2023 as Chair. Her current term expires June 12, 2027. With over 25 years in executive leadership and senior management, Kristin Beltzer founded KB Collaborative in 2019, a business consulting and public affairs firm. Prior to stepping into the entrepreneurial world, she served as the Director of Appointments in the Executive Office of Governor Rick Snyder, as well as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce, where she was responsible for business development, strategy, and providing management and policy direction to the organization. She also worked for former Lt. Gov. Dick Posthumus and spent 17 years on the staff of the Michigan Legislature. Kristin also chaired the Haslett Board of Education, serving as a trustee from 2003-2016, in addition to serving on the Michigan Education Trust Board of Directors (MET), the Governor’s Talent Investment Board, and the Arts Council of Greater Lansing. She currently serves as the President of the Board of Education for PrepNet Virtual Academy, a Grand Valley State University sanctioned charter school in West Michigan, and as a Board Trustee for PARC, a center serving adults and children with developmental disabilities in St. Petersburg, Florida. Kristin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Public Relations from Michigan State University, and a Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) from Western Michigan University.