Beth Yockey Jones

Who We Are

L. Beth Yockey Jones, MBA, is principal and founder of Yockey Jones Consulting. She has more than twenty years’ experience as a consultant, leading process improvements and operational changes that reverse underperformance.

Beth has a deep understanding of how to leverage technology to improve organizational capabilities and increase efficiencies. Her subject matter expertise spans a diverse array of industries – from banking to forestry to food production to marijuana farming to publishing. Her work style is highly collaborative, and she is a consultant who enjoys rolling up her sleeves to help get things done.

After receiving her undergraduate degree in Sociology and English from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Beth moved to Seattle where she developed a deep topophilia. Her nomadic life receded, and she settled in Seattle, calling it home base, and left wandering behind. In Seattle, she has worked with Bank of America, Field Roast Grain Meat Co., and Moss Adams, as well as running the successful firm Yockey Communication with her father, Ross. She received an MBA from Western Governors University in 2014, and has significant training in project management and business analysis methodologies.


Clients of YJC are typically mid-sized businesses in manufacturing, professional services, and non-profits, though we can apply our expertise to many different industries.


YJC partners with local experts to benefit clients, including Megan Woo (web development), Turbine Agency (marketing and strategy), Big Ape Design (graphic and web design), design (branding and logo creation) and Jetcor Accounting services.


Pricing for our services is done on a project basis and can be scaled to meet your budget. We’ll meet with you to get an idea of the work that needs to be done, then present a proposal to suit your budget and needs. We focus on finding solutions. Whether it takes one hour or a month, it’s the solution you should pay for, not the amount of sweat that went into finding it.