Elizabeth A. Hom is a Program Manager at the State Bar of California, Office of Access & Inclusion, where she advances and supports diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives across the State Bar and oversees access to justice activities, including grants administration and policy work to improve access to justice, and diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession.
Prior to joining the State Bar, from 2015-2017, Elizabeth served as Pro Bono Counsel at Bay Area Legal Aid, where she managed the firm’s pro bono projects portfolio, which reached across a seven county region. From 2004-2015, Elizabeth served in various roles at the Alameda County Bar Association (ACBA,) including as Director of Access Programs, where she oversaw both the pro bono program and the lawyer referral service. Elizabeth has worked extensively on board relations, board development, and strategic planning, and is a graduate of the OneJustice Executive Fellowship Program for Nonprofit Management. She has served on the board of directors for Housing and Economic Rights Advocates (HERA), and on the American Bar Association’s Pro Bono Standards Review Team.
Elizabeth holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and Legal Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a Juris Doctor and a Masters in Social Work from Loyola University Chicago.