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City Secretary Ann Womack receives Master Municipal Clerk designation
December 6th, 2017
City Secretary Ann Womack has earned the designation of Master Municipal Clerk, as awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC). The designation is granted only to those municipal clerks who complete demanding educational requirements and have pertinent experience in a municipality. The program prepares applicants to meet the challenges of the complex role of the municipal clerk by providing them with a quality education in partnership with institutions of higher learning. The certified training program for municipal clerks, deputy municipal clerks, and tax collectors has offered these municipal officials an opportunity to achieve both state and national certifications in their positions. City Manager Sharon Lynn says she is pleased with Womack’s certification. “The City of Rehoboth Beach and I are very pleased that she has received this award. It consisted of a lot of demanding work, studying and hours. We are all very proud of her,” said Lynn.
“It feels like such a great accomplishment receiving this certification. The training I have received enables me to stay updated on laws and duties as a clerk, and it helps me to perform my job serving the city as best I can. I am very thankful to the city for this opportunity, and I look forward to continuing my IIMC education,” said Womack. Womack has been City Secretary since 2005 and is active in the Delaware Municipal Clerks Association and Delaware Chapter of Women Leading Government.