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Thursday, January 28, 2021, Court Leader’s Advantage Podcast Bonus Episode
Welcome to a bonus episode on how local courts are facing and solving their many complex issues. As mentioned in last week’s episode, these local suburban and rural jurisdictions are very often the representative of the judicial branch in much of America. We are continuing our conversation with clerks of court and court administrators from one and two judge courts around the country. We are chatting about the current issues facing local courts including automated case management systems, teleconferencing, telework, and training in smaller jurisdictions. How are these courts managing those issues, and what advice they have for the rest of us?
About Our Speaker Panelists
Angie Van Schoick is the Court Administrator for the Municipal Court in the Town of Breckenridge, Colorado. It is a position she has held since 2013. Angie is a licensed macro level social worker in the State of Colorado and Michigan, receiving her MSW from the University of Michigan in 2007.
Saundra Berry is the Clerk of Court for the Municipal Court in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Saundra earned a master’s degree in business administration from Atlanta University and a bachelor of science degree in mathematics from Central State University.
Kelly S. Elliott is the Court Administrator for the Municipal Court in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Kelly has more than 39 years of experience in the court and legal field. Kelly completed her Certified Court Administrator certificate in 2015 and received her Advanced Certified Court Administrator in 2019 through the Missouri Association for Court Administration.
Lindsey Forshee is the Superior Court Administrator for the Tifton Judicial Circuit in Georgia. Lindsey graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality Management in May 2018.
Danielle Trujillo is the Court Administrator for the Municipal Court in Littleton, Colorado. Danielle is an innovative public safety professional with an exceptional ability to research and analyze complex issues and provide actionable conclusions. Through problem solving and critical thinking she utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to bridge gaps in information and processes. DanielIe started her career in restorative justice and love the ability to directly serve my community through local government.
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