The scourge of the Coronavirus is a national emergency unlike anything we have seen in modern times. It is affecting all aspects of our lives and work. The virus is having a profound impact on how American courts are coping. Throughout the crisis, we will have weekly podcast episodes with a “rotating panel” of guests that will answer the question, “How are courts and court administrators dealing with the coronavirus on a daily basis?”
This week's panelists:
Zenell Brown is the Executive Court Administrator in Detroit, Michigan. Zenell has a Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School, a Public Service Administration Graduate Certificate from Central Michigan University, a Court Administration Certificate from Michigan State University, and is a Certified Diversity Professional from the National Diversity Council-Diversity First.
Mark A. Weinberg is the Court Administrator for the Seventh Judicial Circuit in Daytona Beach, Florida. Mark holds a bachelor's degree in public administration from James Madison University and a master's degree in judicial administration from the University of Denver.
Angie VanSchoick is the Court Administrator for the Municipal Court in the Town of Breckenridge Colorado. She currently serves as President of the Colorado Association for Municipal Court Administration (CAMCA). Angie is a licensed macro level social worker in the State of Colorado and Michigan, receiving her MSW from the University of Michigan.
Liz Rambo is the Trial Court Administrator for the Lane County Trial Courts in Eugene, Oregon. Liz graduated with high scholarship from Oregon State University with a BA in history, has an MBA from Portland State University, and holds a Court Manager certification from the National Center for State Courts.
Tracy "T.J." BeMent is the District Court Administrator for the Tenth Judicial Administrative District (which covers superior courts in six circuits and 221 counties). His main office is in Athens, Georgia. T.J. received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the George Washington University in Washington, DC, and completed his ICM Fellowship in spring 2015.
Rick Pierce is the Judicial Programs Administrator for the Judicial District Operations and Programs Department with the Pennsylvania Administrative Office of the Courts. Rick is a graduate from Washington and Lee University, and received his Masters in Public Administration from Shippensburg University.
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