Since 2004, Beth McKay has served as the special deputy attorney general for the N.C. Department of Transportation. She is the first female to be named special deputy attorney general of NCDOT’s Attorney General’s Office.
McKay brings more than 30 years’ experience working in the Attorney General’s Office, oversees Condemnation, Contract Claims & Administration and Motor Vehicles.
Prior to coming to NCDOT, she worked as a judicial clerk at the N.C. Court of Appeals and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
McKay other accomplishments include working on major IT software procurement for NCDOT’s financial accounting, BEACON applications for NCDOT’s Treasurer’s Office and has helped with disaster recovery efforts, resolved major construction disputes, and worked to strengthen NCDOT’s Minority Business Enterprise Program.
A native of Burlington, she graduated from the Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem and from the Law School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.