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Beth G. Coyle

Facilitator and Business Coach

The Alternative Board® of San Antonio and the Hill Country


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Background Information

Employment History

Business Owner

Beth Coyle Photography

Chief Executive Officer

Coyle Engineering , Inc.


Alamo WorkSource

Board Member

Workforce Solutions Alamo

Board Member


Board of Directors As Well As the Government Affairs Council

4C Properties, Ltd.


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Beth Coyle, CEO, Coyle SDA
At the age of 6, when most little girls want to spend their days jumping rope, Beth Coyle was happily learning the ropes of her family's cattle auction business in Bryan. Little did she know at the time that she was developing all of the necessary skills to become a highly successful and well-respected businesswoman in her own right. Coyle and her husband, Mike, are the founders of Coyle Engineering Inc., a company they began in 1995 and recently sold to Spalding DeDecker Associates Inc. In addition to staying on with the company and continuing to serve as CEO, Coyle and her husband also own and operate a property management company, and she is the sole proprietor of her own photography business. It's a very full plate for this former head coach and yearbook advisor at San Antonio Christian School, who would go on to be profiled in Forbes Magazine. But Coyle, who cut her teeth in business, makes it all look easy. "I learned a lot of business principles while working in my family's business from the age of 6 until I was 17," says Coyle, who holds a BA in communications from Texas A&M University. One of the things she learned was how to be taken seriously as a woman in a male-dominated industry. Her mother set the tone, having what Coyle describes as the attitude of a "kindly nurse dealing with a mental patient. Coyle, who admits that it was difficult for her in the beginning, tried to take that same approach. She recalls how, nearly 20 years ago, she received her fair share of "honey," "sweetie" and "darlin'" from the men in the field. "You can't get offended or riled up," she says. "You just have to get cheerfully firm with them. It only has to happen one time, and they realize that they can't take advantage of you because you are a woman. Another valuable lesson that Coyle learned at the knees of her parents was how to live and work together. She watched her mother and father create harmony by taking on separate roles within the business. That is something that Coyle and her husband have emulated. "There has to be a division of labor, and there has to be respect," she states. That meant that she left the engineering and technical roles to her husband, while she took care of the financial, business and marketing aspects. "It's really all just started because the engineering company needed more space," laughs Coyle, adding that they could not have grown into this second venture without the help of a very strong support team consisting of a CPA, a business adviser and a corporate attorney, to name a few. "Anyone even thinking about starting their own business must have a good team in place. You really can't do it alone," she comments. In between juggling the responsibilities associated with owning and operating two companies, Coyle found the time to devote to what she calls her true passion: photography. Beth Coyle Photography began in 1997 with Coyle shooting family portraits. But like the other businesses, it has evolved over the years and now consists of fine art photos as well as corporate and architectural commissions. Coyle is a member of the Boerne Professional Artists, and her work is featured in the Daily Grind Coffee Shop on Main Street. "My favorite is the fine art photography," says Coyle, whose office features some of her work from her travels in Italy. "I like to capture slices of life from all over the world and bring it back to show people how others live." Both the property management company and the photography business are what Coyle calls "backups. She and her husband have only three more years left in the terms of the contract with SDA before they are free to "retire. Of course, retirement to this driven businesswoman doesn't mean the same thing as it does to most people. In addition to traveling, attending Spurs and Aggies games, tending to the family's home with its 31-acres of wildlife management and serving on numerous boards and committees, Coyle will focus her attention on the other two businesses once retired. "Another important lesson I learned from my parents is that every business has an end," she says.


Effective January 1, 2015, Beth G. Coyle, formerly of Coyle Engineering, joined forces with Don Maranca, The Alternative... Read More >>

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Beth G. Coyle Beth is responsible for all financial aspects of the running of the firm, as well as corporate strategy and company culture, marketing strategy, risk management and contract negotiations and personnel management. In July 2007, Beth was selected to be profiled by Forbes Magazine along with six other women business owners across the State of Texas, "where women are integral to company achievements, contributing bold ideas and a sense of vision. Beth has been featured in publications such as the San Antonio Express News, Construction News, SA Woman and Boerne Business Monthly for her business strategies and leadership style. Beth has spent years in leadership positions with area economic development, workforce development, professional engineering, and educational entities, as well as area chambers of commerce and even artists associations, and has worked to develop good working relationships with local decision-makers.


BETH G. COYLE CEO Beth is responsible for managing the business development and client management efforts of their staff of professional engineers and surveyors in the San Antonio office. She is also highly involved in the community and volunteers her time to serve on multiple boards and committees across the State of Texas in commercial real estate, economic and workforce development. Over her almost 20 years of being the CEO of Coyle Engineering, now Coyle-SDA, Beth has been profiled by multiple publications including Forbes Magazine, the San Antonio Express News, San Antonio Construction News, the San Antonio Business Journal, Boerne Business Monthly Magazine, and most recently in San Antonio Women Magazine and on "Critical Mass for Businesses", an online radio program about the power of peer learning. Connect to Beth Coyle Download Full Bio

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