The NCBC plays a crucial role for the bankruptcy courts. With ever increasing budgetary constraints and limited local court resources, the NCBC is a vital organization providing opportunities for networking, staff development, training, and shared best practices.
I have been with the court since 2003 as an Operations Specialist, Trainer, and, since 2011, Automation Analyst. I have had the opportunity to work with both the day-to-day operations of the Clerk’s Office and the information technology that supports the court. This has given me a very unique perspective of these two different but complimentary sides of the court. I believe that advancements in information technology will continue to improve processes in the courts each year, but I also know that a court is only as good as the people that are doing the work in the office day in and day out.
If elected as a Board Member, I will use my knowledge of bankruptcy court operations and information technology to explore new processes, systems, and ideas that will directly benefit judiciary employees. I will work with fellow board members to contribute to the growth and future of the NCBC, and I will continue to promote the ever important role of the NCBC in recognizing and supporting the dedicated group of people who make up the court family.
I would appreciate your vote. Thank you for considering me for a position on the Board of Governors.