Beth Hirsch

Beth joined the board in 2014. Her interest and involvement with the Neighborhood Council began after a problem in her neighborhood needed solving and she went looking for help. She found an amazing organization of people here at the SORO NC with the will and connections to get things done and she knew this is where she wanted to be. Beth has a strong belief in the importance of civic engagment. She currently serves as the Quality of Life Chair, and as a member ofthe Land Use, Public Safety,Transportation and Outreach committees and she is a strong supporter for the rights of women and children. Beth fights for causes related to, education, fair housing, crime and safety, human traffiking,emergency preparedness, rights for small business, growth of the middle classand general neighborhood and city well being. She’s worked on several political campaigns, in finance, getting out the vote and other grass roots efforts. Beth can be a resourceful and creative problem solver and will use those skills to help move this unique neighborhood forward. Her background is in arts and entertainment and she currently runs a small culinary business. She and her husband are the proud parents of a young daughter who attends Castle Heights Elementary School.

Favorite quote: “For those who say it can’t be done,… please, do not interrupt us who are already doing it.“