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Clerk of the Year
2020 Clerk of the Year Award: Now Accepting Nominations
Due June 1, 2020
The North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks is accepting nominations for the Clerk of the Year award, an annual award presented to an outstanding North Carolina Clerk or Deputy Clerk at the NCAMC Summer Academy in August. The award was given for the first time in 2011.
To be eligible for the award, the individual must meet certain criteria as follows:
- Active member of the NCAMC for at least four years
- Brings innovative ideas to the Association
- Active in municipal, state and national associations
- Demonstrates commitment to professional development
- Demonstrates commitment to community involvement
- Extraordinary individual job performance
- Positive on-the-job attitude
A completed nomination form should address the above criteria. You need not be a clerk to submit a nomination. Nominations are encouraged by and will be accepted from mayors, supervisors, managers, council members, board members, staff, etc.
If you would like to make a nomination for this prestigious award, please complete the application attached and e-mail by June 1, 2020 to: Heather James, MMC NCAMC Secretary/Treasurer at email@example.com.
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The Award has been received by Angela G. Stadler, Reidsville (2011), Sue Rowland, Cary (2012), Jenny Larson, Fairmont (2013), Dora Moore, Rural Hall (2014), Carmen K. Miracle, Jacksonville (2015), Betsey Richardson, Greensboro (2016), Sylvia J. Holleman, Wrightsville Beach (2017) and Joyce M. Walker, Lewisville (2018) and Susan Powell (2019).
Prior recipients of the award and Clerks currently serving as officers of the Association are not eligible. Those clerks are: Amy Miller, Mount Holly (President), Melody Shuler, Waxhaw (1st Vice-President), Pamela Casey, Rocky Mount (2nd Vice-President), Melissa Capps (Recording Secretary) and Leighanna Worley, Wilson’s Mills (Immediate Past President). There may be years in which there are no outstanding nominees. The decision of the selection panel is final.