Goldstein joins OPAG board; officers named

Longtime Anchorage attorney Beth Goldstein has joined the Older Persons Action Group, Inc. board of directors. The board unanimously voted her in at its Nov. 21 meeting.

Goldstein has extensive experience in legal areas involving seniors and currently is the deputy director for the Alaska Office of Public Advocacy, where she is responsible for managing all public guardian staff and cases and for investigating and litigating financial exploitation claims involving elderly Alaska victims.

Also at its meeting, the OPAG board voted in officers: Yvonne Chase, president; Jan Carolyn Hardy, vice president; Dylan Webb, treasurer; Hollis Mickey, secretary.