Weintraub is pleased to announce that Lizbeth “Beth” V. West has joined the Board of Directors of the non-profit organization Hope Cooperative.
Hope Cooperative (formerly TLCS), provides mental health and supportive housing services for Sacramento County residents with mental health challenges, many of them homeless. The organization owns or operates seven residential facilities and serves more than 6000 people every year with housing, life skills education, mental health and psychiatric services, and crisis intervention.
When asked about her election to the Board, Beth said, “Homelessness is one of the most pressing challenges our region faces. Hope Cooperative has been making a difference for more than 40 years, and I am honored to join the Board and help the organization continue to do the important work it does every day.”
Beth is a Shareholder at Weintraub Tobin and is the Chair of the Firm’s Labor and Employment Group. She is admitted to practice law in California and Washington and has years of experience assisting employers in all aspects of their employment relationship with their employees and defending employers in employment disputes and governmental audits. She also serves as a neutral employment mediator and conducts independent workplace investigations. For the fifth year in a row, Beth was recently selected to the 2019 lists of the Top 100 Northern California Super Lawyers, the Top 25 Sacramento Super Lawyers, and the Top 50 Northern California Women Super Lawyers.