Issue 106 - December 2020
Beatriz Dieringer Elected League of California Cities Women’s Caucus President
The California JPIA congratulates Rolling Hills Mayor Pro Tem Beatriz (Bea) Dieringer, elected to a one-year term as president of the League of California Cities Women’s Caucus. She has been a member of the Women’s Caucus Board of Directors since 2017. The Women’s Caucus, a non-partisan organization of local public officials, advances women as leaders and advocates for issues affecting the well-being of women throughout the state.
“The City of Rolling Hills applauds Mayor Pro Tem Dieringer’s election as president of the League of California Cities Women’s Caucus,” said Rolling Hills City Manager Elaine Jeng. “Mayor Pro Tem Dieringer is very involved with regional issues. She provides the city with external perspectives with respect to risk management, crime prevention, and policy insights through her engagements with industry organizations. The city commends her work for the community of Rolling Hills and for local government throughout California.”
First elected to the Rolling Hills City Council in March 2013, Dieringer was selected as mayor in 2016 and elected to a third consecutive four-year term this year. She represents Rolling Hills on the California JPIA’s Board of Directors, the California Contract Cities Association’s legislative committee, and the South Bay Cities Council of Governments’ board of directors. She also serves as a member of the legislative committee for the Los Angeles Division of the League of California Cities.
“As a deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County, Mayor Pro Tem Dieringer provides an added layer of risk management to the City of Rolling Hills’ policies and practices to minimize risks,” said Jeng. “She encourages the city to seek resources from the California JPIA whenever possible, and highly values and often attends training opportunities designed by the California JPIA.”
“The City of Rolling Hills is committed to protecting the public from injury and liability through active review of contracts, prompt attention to claims, and compliance with mandated programs,” said Senior Risk Manager Melaina Francis. “Mayor Pro Tem Dieringer’s knowledge of and advocacy for risk management best practices will be an asset to her new role as League of California Cities Women’s Caucus President.”
Dieringer’s Women’s Caucus leadership team includes two additional California JPIA members: Second Vice President Rachelle Arizmendi, mayor pro tem, City of Sierra Madre, and Director-at-Large Cheryl Viegas-Walker, councilmember, City of El Centro.
Congratulations, Mayor Pro Tem Dieringer, on your election as president of the League of California Cities Women’s Caucus!< Back to Full Issue Print Article