Upcoming events for Beth Tanner
STAM LAW FIRM, PLLC IS HOSTING A MEET & GREET ON TUESDAY APRIL 14, 2020
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
5:00 - 7:00 PM EST
"Meet & Greet" at Stam Law Firm, PLLC
Hosted by Paul Stam
Stam Law Firm, PLLC
510 W. Williams Street
Apex, North Carolina 27502
Friends and Colleagues,
Would you meet two friends of mine – Beth Tanner and Erin Paré?
Beth Tanner is a candidate for District Court Judge for District 10-F (Western Wake County) stretching from Fuquay Varina through Holly Springs, Apex, parts of Cary and even to Morrisville. Beth is the Associate Director of the Innocence Inquiry Commission. Beth investigates and presents cases and manages the Commission's caseload. She has increased efficiency at the Commission which has resulted in eradicating the backlog. Previously, Beth worked as Assistant General Counsel for the North Carolina Department of Public Safety and as Assistant Attorney General for courts. Beth has practiced at all levels of state and federal. She is married to Brent Tanner. They have two daughters. Beth's district court race is the only contested race in Wake County this year.
Erin Paré is a candidate for the State House of Representatives for District 37 (that I represented for many years) which covers southern Wake County from Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay Varina, Willow Spring to the Johnston County Line. Erin and her husband, Wayne, own Play It Again Sports in Holly Springs. She is vice chair of the Holly Springs Board of Adjustment. Erin spent 12 years as a Family Readiness Group Leader supporting families of deployed soldiers while her husband was an Army Ranger and officer. They have 2 children. Erin is the PTA president of a Holly Springs elementary school. She has 7 years’ experience cutting government red tape. Erin is a violinist and founded and directs the Holly Springs Youth Orchestra. She has a master’s degree from George Mason University in International Commerce.
Come to my law office between 5 to 7 pm on April 14th for a “meet and greet.” There will be light refreshments. This is a “drop-in”. I hope no one stays for two hours. We will take precautions concerning the virus. No handshakes, kissing, hugging or double dipping. If the weather is amenable, this will be partially outdoors.
These are two quality candidates whom you will be delighted to meet and support.
"I have known Beth Tanner for 3 years and I worked closely with her on a variety of healthcare policy and practice matters. She is quick as a whip when it comes to her ability to pinpoint pivotal issues underlying a given challenge or argument, but takes the time to actively listen to others before drawing firm conclusions. I have benefitted from her wealth of knowledge, sound reasoning ability, and ready willingness to approach issues with fairness and sensitivity. She is a natural and trustworthy leader who energizes others by her sense of humor and passion for her work, all the while maintaining focus on the “big picture.” I am absolutely thrilled that she has entered the race for this judgeship position! I’m also certain anyone who truly knows her shares my elation."
Dr. Karen Steinour
Former Colleague & Fellow Public Servant.
"I have known Beth for seven years beginning when I partnered with her to address her daughter's needs as an early intervention specialist. Beth engages and communicates effectively to collaborate with a team taking charge when needed. Beth is a problem solver and researcher. She listens to other perspectives, asks clarifying questions and organizes a plan to address areas of weakness. She seeks the latest research and compassionate parenting resources to learn and grow in her relationships with her daughters. Beth values strong family relationships and works to advocate to expand those relationships into the community. Beth is dedicated and passionate making her the best candidate for judge."
Karen Beavers, M. Ed and RDI
Therapist, Apex, NC
George solomon Endorses Beth Tanner for Judge
Former Director of Prisons
North Carolina Department of Public Safety