WHITE LAKE — Brenda Clark, administrative services director for the town of White Lake, was recently awarded for the second time the prestigious designation of “North Carolina Certified Municipal Clerk” by the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks, along with the School of Government of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for achieving its high educational, experience, and service requirements.
As an established member of the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks, Clark was among the first class of municipal clerks from North Carolina who received this state designation in 2012, and after meeting extensive continuing education requirements has been awarded the N.C. Certified Municipal Clerk designation through July 2022.
The NCAMC is a professional organization of city, town and village clerks from across the state, dedicated to the continued growth and development of clerks and their municipalities.
Established on Nov. 5, 1975, the Association, among other things, promotes educational and professional development opportunities for municipal clerks to enhance their knowledge and effectiveness. The Association partners with the North Carolina League of Municipalities, the School of Government of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the International Institute of Municipal Clerks to meet the needs of each individual municipal clerk.
The North Carolina Certified Municipal Clerk Program is a five-year designation with requirements for continuing education to sustain and develop the ever-changing knowledge of the profession of municipal clerks. The NCAMC, together with the International Institute of Municipal Clerks, strives to promote educational and professional development to enhance the clerk.