Tammie is committed to creating a fair, balanced, and inclusive workplace. She wants to contribute to OIG by supporting the team however she can.
Tammie previously interned at San Mateo County’s Human Services Agency, where she helped develop emergency preparedness initiatives. She also assisted foster and low-income children in accessing resources.
Tammie likes hiking, working out, playing with her cat, and spending time with friends and family.
University of California, Santa Cruz, B.A.
OIG announces the selection of Vida Thomas as the firm’s new managing partner. She succeeds Amy Oppenheimer, who will continue as a partner in the firm.
Jack Morse and Neil Bautista explore how an outside investigation might have helped in this article from The Recorder.
Vida Thomas will present during the California Lawyers Association Labor & Employment Section 2023 Public Sector Conference in Sacramento.