Yavapai County Clerk of the Board, Kim Kapin has served as an appointed officer of Yavapai County, for nearly five years and served the City of Prescott for close to eight years as the Deputy Clerk. Mrs. Kapin said, “The Clerk’s Office is the memory for business conducted by the Board of Supervisors. Information regarding Special Districts, Board of Equalization, Precinct Committeemen, Minutes, Ordinances and Boards, and Commissions are a few of the items found there. I enjoy the responsibility to serve as President of the State of Arizona County Clerks Association.”
Ms. Kapin received her Master Municipal Clerk and Professional County Clerk Certification in 2018 and served as the Vice President of the Arizona County Clerk Association from 2018 – 2020. She is a graduate of Prescott Area Leadership Class XXII and is a proud member of the local Philanthropic Education Organization (PEO, Chapter CO). She values continued education for herself and those she works with and enjoys helping others succeed with their goals.
Ms. Kapin is honored to have been elected to serve as the President of the Arizona County Clerks Association, which provides professional development, continuing education, and mentorship to Clerks and Deputy Clerks in Arizona, and looks forward to raising the level of service and transparency to the citizens in Yavapai County and the state.
Yavapai County Board of Supervisors Chairman Craig Brown said, “Kim is an amazing asset to have work for Yavapai County and I am so glad to see her talents on display as the President of the Arizona County Clerks Association. They are lucky to have her leadership.”
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For information about Yavapai County please contact David McAtee at 928-442-5509 or email David.McAtee@yavapai.us. Or visit www.Yavapai.us