A third generation Idahoan, Elizabeth “Beth” grew up working for her parents’ locally-owned family business. The accountability and integrity that Beth learned as a child thrive in her today. Beth sustains an unbeatable work ethic instilled by her father’s favorite adage: “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.”
Upon graduation from the University of Idaho, Beth launched her career as an auditor for Arthur Andersen LLP. She later earned a law degree and integrated her business and legal training as a law clerk for the United States Bankruptcy Court during the Great Recession of the late 2000s.
Beth then served over 5 years as a Deputy Prosecutor in the Civil Division of the Ada County Prosecutor’s Office. Her legal representation included various Ada County’s elected officials and departments.
Eager to gain hands-on experience within the Ada County Treasurer’s Office, Beth became Finance Manager in 2016 and quickly advanced to Chief Deputy Treasurer in 2017. Beth has the financial aptitude, experience, and leadership abilities to carry out the duties of Ada County Treasurer.
Beth has two young boys attending our public schools. She enjoys volunteering in their activities and exploring the great outdoors with them.