Beulah Garner is a senior curator of Coleoptera (beetles) at the Natural History Museum, London; with responsibility for over 3 million specimens including the Carabidae, Cleroidea, Myxophaga and Archostemata as well as the Coleoptera larval collection. She is an experienced fieldworker focussed on developing the NHM collection of Neotropical Coleoptera. Her research interests also are focussed in the Neotropics in particular the systematics and evolution of the subfamily Lebiinae, a hyper-diverse group of predatory ground beetles of economic and ecological importance. She is passionate about the natural world, in particular species discovery and conservation. Her position at one of the world’s leading scientific institutions on natural history gives her opportunity to not only research the world’s biodiversity but also engage in scientific outreach to an international audience.