Carol Bragg Elected President of State Association
Wheeler County Clerk of Superior and Juvenile Courts Carol Bragg has been elected President of the Superior Court Clerks Association of Georgia Inc.
Bragg’s duties will include serving on the Board of the Constitutional Officers Association of Georgia (COAG), which is made up of sheriffs, tax commissioners, probate judges, and court clerks.
During her two-year term, Bragg will preside over meetings of the 159-member Clerks Association, and will appoint members to committees, including the legislative committee, which works in conjunccontinued from page
tion with legislators on issues affecting court clerks, and the training committee, which works with the Clerks’ Training Council to oversee the annual 15 hours of mandatory training required for Superior and State Court clerks.
This training is funded by the Council and the Association.
Bragg has worked in the Wheeler County Superior and Juvenile Courts Clerk’s office for the past 28 years and has served as Clerk of that office since being elected to this post in 2008. Prior to being elected president of the Superior Court Clerks Association, Bragg served as secretary-treasurer and vice president of that body.
She has also served as President and Vice President of the Wheeler County Chamber of Commerce, and is currently a Chamber Board member.