Meet Beth


Beth was born and raised right here in Western Pennsylvania. Beth learned the value of hard work from her grandfathers – one a coal miner, the other a union steelworker. Her father was an Army veteran who was the first in the family to graduate from college. For her family, nothing was given, everything was earned.  

As the middle child of six, Beth understands what it takes to have her voice heard and knows how to fight for the underdogs when no one else will.  After graduating from Quaker Valley High school, Beth attended the University of Pittsburgh on a women's basketball scholarship, captaining the team her senior year. 

After graduating from Pitt, she worked while going to Duquesne University Law school at night. Beth became a single mom, raising two boys while practicing law. For 27 years she’s fought in the courtroom for people – taking on big corporations, giving our neighbors a voice.   

When not in the courtroom, Beth’s been active in our community. Beth has been a member of the St. James parish in Sewickley since 1972, and coached the boys' basketball team there for more than a decade. A lifelong Democrat, she helps our neighbors by organizing fundraisers for those in need and works with several charities to support the community.

Today, Beth resides in Sewickley, Pennsylvania with her husband Tony Sinatra, a veteran. After her adult sons moved out, her 86-year-old parents moved in, keeping her house full of tradition and family. 


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