NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC – Kym Crowell, New Hanover County’s Deputy Clerk to the Board, was one of eleven County Clerks from across the state who recently received their designation as Certified County Clerks. In order to be certified, Clerks must complete the UNC School of Government’s International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) Certification Institute, pass the required examinations, and be an active member in good standing of the North Carolina Association of County Clerks.
Ms. Crowell has worked with New Hanover County for 21 years and is the first North Carolina Certified County Clerk in New Hanover County government. Adding this level of expertise enhances her ability to meet the needs of the public in the most efficient and effective manner. The training touches on all aspects of County government including budgeting, purchasing, zoning, tax collection and assessment, as well as supervisory training and employee relations. The IIMC ensures that Certified County Clerks are well-rounded and ready to work at the highest level of County government.
Clerk to the Board