Town Clerk Deeda Harris recently earned the UNC School of Government and North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks’ designation of North Carolina Certified Municipal Clerk (NCCMC).
According to the NC Association of Municipal Clerks’ website, “To earn the CMC designation, extensive education and pertinent experience is required. An International Institute of Municipal Clerks’ (IIMC) Certification Institute is offered through the UNC School of Government. Applicants must first be a member of IIMC, and then apply and be accepted into the school, which is held for 15 days over a one-year period of time.”
In 2010 Harris completed the International Institute of Municipal Clerks’ Certification Institute and was awarded the IIMC’s designation of Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) in May 2012.
Harris began her career with the Town of Wake Forest in May 2009 as an Administrative Assistant/Town Clerk. Her title was changed to Town Clerk in 2010.
A Notary since 2009, Harris earned a Bachelor of Science degree in education from East Carolina University in 1989.