Meet Beth

Beth Sigall

Beth Sigall’s passion for education advocacy was sparked in 2002 when her oldest son was diagnosed with autism. From that day Beth has worked in many different roles to help improve our schools.

Her advocacy began as an attorney in private practice in Arlington, Virginia where she helped families navigate the special education system. After relocating to Washington, Beth became involved in various leadership roles in local and Washington State PTA, and recently was recognized as the Lake Washington PTA Council Outstanding Advocate of the Year. Her advocacy in Washington also includes extensive work with leading statewide groups The League of Education Voters and Stand for Children (Washington), where she advises state officeholders and others in support of policies to improve our schools. She is a frequent speaker and panelist at local and state community organizations.

Beth also serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for foster children in King County Superior Court, where she identifies resources to address the needs of children who have been abused or neglected, and recommends placement plans for them moving forward. She is an active member of the Redmond chapter of Kiwanis International, a service club dedicated to the well-being of children.

Beth lives in Redmond with her husband, Jule, and their three children.

“Beth is a powerful voice in education advocacy and she is making the Eastside better for students, communities, and businesses.”

– Lincoln Vander Veen | Issaquah parent

“Beth is more than an advocate—she is a champion for children. From her work supporting smart education policies in the state legislature, to her role supporting the needs of foster children, Beth works tirelessly to ensure all children of Washington state have a voice.”

 —Julie Freguia | Redmond Parent and Eastside Business Owner

“Eastside Education Network provides a valuable parent and student-centered perspective on education issues of importance to the Eastside community. Beth in particular brings a unique combination of advocacy and community leadership skills that help parents become better advocates.”

– Christie Malchow | sammamish City council