Current Office:Secretary of State
Secretary of State Beth Chapman was elected Alabama's 51st Secretary of State in November of 2006 after being elected and serving four years as State Auditor.
Secretary Chapman received her B.S. Degree from the University of Montevallo, and her Masters Degree (Magna Cum Laude), from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Secretary Chapman was the first woman in Alabama's history to serve as a Cabinet Member in the capacity of Appointments Secretary for a Governor and later as Press Secretary for a Lt. Governor.
Secretary Chapman has served as a member of the Governor's Committee on Accountability and was elected unanimously as a member of Alabama's Electoral College in 2004.
Secretary Chapman has been married twenty-one years to her husband James. They have two sons, Winston Taylor named for Winston Churchill and William Thatcher named for Margaret Thatcher.