Elizabeth A. Henry-Robertson, better known to her friends and colleagues as "Beth", serves as the Assistant Coordinator of Elections for the State of Tennessee.
Beth graduated suma cum laude from what is now known as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She earned her law degree in 1991 from Tulane Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana. While in law school, Beth practiced law as a student attorney with the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic. Due to her accomplishments, the NAACP Legal Defense Fund awarded her the 1991 Constance Baker Motley Award.
Also, in 1991, Beth obtained her Texas license to practice law. Initially, she worked with Guerrero and Associates, in a general law practice, focusing on criminal defense and personal injury. Later, she served as an Assistant City Attorney in Houston enforcing restrictive covenants on properties as a part of the city’s land use regulation.
Beth moved to Tennessee in January of 1995 and obtained her Tennessee Bar license. Beth is married to Michael Robertson and has with two children, Michelle and Samuel