Board Elections 2024-2027
The following Municipal Clerks have announced their intention to seek office on the 2024 – 2027 IIMC Board of Directors. There are two candidates for the Vice President’s office. IIMC will conduct a membership-wide election for the Vice President candidates beginning March 11 and concluding March 22. The elected Candidate for the office of Vice President will be announced at the Annual Business Meeting on Wednesday, May 22, 2024 during the Annual Conference in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
There are eight vacancies for the following Regions: I, III, IV, V, VI, VII, IX, and XI (outside North America). IIMC has certified these candidates. Since there is only one candidate for Regions I through XI, these individuals will be declared elected at the Conference in May 2024. Region Directors are elected to serve a three-year term.
Vice President Candidates are listed alphabetically by last name.
Lee Frazier, a dedicated professional with a career spanning over three decades in municipal government, has held various key positions. Notably, he served as the City Clerk of the City of Brighton, AL and the Deputy City Clerk of the City of Birmingham, AL. In addition, Frazier has contributed as a radio/tv color analyst for the Samford University football team.
Currently, Frazier serves as the City Clerk of the City of Birmingham, where he provides administrative support to the Mayor, City Council, departments, boards, and agencies of the city. Frazier’s educational background consists of a B.S. in Public Administration from Samford University and a JD from Miles Law School. Furthermore, Frazier holds both the MMC and Certified Elections/Registration Administrator certifications.
Frazier is the recipient of the 2016 AL Municipal Clerk of the Year Award and the 2012 NAACP Outstanding African American Award. In 2019, he served as the host clerk for the IIMC conference in Birmingham, AL, and played an integral role in organizing several past Region III conferences in Alabama.
Beyond IIMC Region III (AL, FL, GA, NC, SC), Frazier presents at training events for universities and clerk associations across the nation.
Camilla G. Pitman, MMC
City of Greenville, South Carolina
Candidate for Vice President
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Camilla Pitman has served the City of Greenville, South Carolina, since 1995, as Legal Office Coordinator, Municipal Clerk of Court, and as City Clerk beginning 2007. Prior to joining the City, Camilla served as a legal assistant in Greenville area law firms.
Camilla has been an IIMC member since 2008 and served on the IIMC Board of Directors representing Region III (2019-2022) and as SC-MFOCTA State President (2016-2017). Camilla currently serves as Chair of the IIMC Policy Review Committee and has previously served on IIMC Committees since 2012, including Conference, Elections, Mentoring, Education and Professional Development (Chair), and Public Relations and Marketing (Chair). In 2017, Camilla received the Athenian Leadership Society Fellow and was approved as a Dialogue Facilitator. She currently serves as a mentor to future Athenian Facilitators. Camilla has served as a presenter at IIMC Annual Conferences, VvG Annual Conference, Region Conferences, and state associations and affiliates. Camilla is the recipient of the 2023 IIMC Quill Award and 2014 IIMC Program Excellence in Governance Award. Camilla is committed to professional excellence through Continuing Education and Certification, International Relations, and Leadership Development.
Kerri Parker, CMC
Meredith, New Hampshire
My municipal career began in Laconia, NH, 25 years ago as a Deputy to the Tax Collector and assistant in the City Clerk’s office. In 2008, I was elected Meredith’s Town Clerk. I have been re-elected every term since.
I am a member with the New Hampshire City and Town Clerks Association, the New England Association of City and Town Clerks, and the New England Municipal Clerks Institute and Academy. I’ve attended five IIMC Annual Conferences, and the 2023 Study Abroad/Symposium in Belgium and the Netherlands.
I was President of the New Hampshire Association and serve on its Executive Board.
Since 2014, I have served in different roles for the New England Institute, including Board Chair and Curriculum Chair.
Currently, I serve as the 2nd Vice President for the New England Association of City and Town Clerks, collaborating between the six New England states, offering education, networking and support.
I obtained my CMC in 2016, became a Paul Craig Athenian Fellow in 2018. I’m currently working on my MMC.
Clerk organizations are the best way to learn from others in our profession and to continue to grow as a person. Helping guide others in our field is important. I believe my experience in these organizations is an asset to IIMC.
Lori McWilliams, MMC
Lori McWilliams is a seasoned professional with 17 years of dedicated service as the Village Clerk/PIO for the Village of Tequesta. Prior to her current role, she served as the Deputy Clerk for the Town of Jupiter. Lori's leadership journey includes notable accomplishments such as serving as the President of the Florida Association of City Clerks in 2013/2014 and President of the Palm Beach County Municipal Clerks in 2006/2007.
Recognized for her outstanding contributions, Lori received the prestigious Florida City Clerk of the Year award in 2010 and the Robert N. Clark Memorial Award in 2021. Her commitment to municipal clerks extends to her role as Chair of the Florida Certification Task Force, which led to the establishment of the Florida Certified Professional Clerk program, set to launch in February 2024.
Lori has actively engaged with the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IMC) community, serving as an educational session trainer, Membership Committee Co-Chair, Membership Committee Vice-Chair, and member of the Membership Task Force.
Lori holds a Master of Public Administration degree from Clemson University and is eager to connect, collaborate, and serve as your next Region 3 Director.
Curtis Green, CMC
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Curtis Green, a distinguished public servant deeply rooted in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, proudly holds the title of Broken Arrow High School graduate. His academic journey continued with a B.S. from the University of Oklahoma and an M.S. from Oklahoma State University, laying the groundwork for a lifetime dedicated to education and civic leadership.
As an esteemed educator within Broken Arrow Public Schools, Curtis shaped the lives of numerous students. Upon retirement from education, his commitment to community welfare became more apparent when he assumed the role of City Clerk for Broken Arrow. Here, he meticulously ensures transparent and efficient governance, drawing on the same principles that made him a standout educator.
Beyond City Hall, Curtis has extended his expertise to the broader community. As a certified leadership expert affiliated with the John Maxwell team, he teaches leadership strategies and practices to organizations lacking access to such training. Curtis has presented professional development titled "Everyone Communicates Few Connect/7 Traits of Great Clerks" to Oklahoma Municipal Clerks, showcasing his commitment to sharing valuable insights and fostering professional growth among his peers. His multifaceted contributions reflect dedication to the betterment of Broken Arrow and exemplify the true spirit of public service and leadership.
Kathy J. Walker, MMC
Kathy Walker began her career at the City of Nicholasville in 1998 at the Police Department. Looking for both a change and a challenge, she began her journey toward the City Clerk’s Office in 2011.
She earned her CKMC Certification in 2013. Accepting the Assistant City Clerk position in 2017, she went on to receive both her CMC from IIMC and her Kentucky Masters from KMCA that same year. She was promoted to City Clerk in the fall of 2018 and the following May, Kathy was inducted as a Fellow into the Paul Craig Athenian Leadership Society.
In 2021, she earned her MMC from IIMC and was honored by the City later that year as the “Supervisor of the Year.” In 2023, she was named Kentucky’s “Clerk of the Year.”
She is currently KMCA’s President and serves on their Education, Certification Mentorship, and Legislative Committees. She is also on IIMC’s Policy Review Committee and the Foundation’s Development Committee.
Kathy has been married to her husband Floyd for 18 years. Between them they have four (4) children and seven (7) adorable grandchildren. She enjoys time spent on the farm with the grandkids, baseball, 4-H and reading.
Trish Gleason, MMC
Assistant City Clerk
Trish Gleason began working in local government in September 2003 as the utility billing Clerk for Marengo, IA, population 2,500. Gleason accepted the position of City Clerk for Newhall, population 886 in January 2005. Newhall being a one-person office, Gleason, in her own words, said she did everything from cleaning the toilet to managing a million-dollar budget. In January 2012, Gleason accepted the position of Assistant City Clerk in Dubuque, population 59,000, where she continues to serve that community today.
Gleason was elected to the Iowa Municipal Finance Officers Association Board of Directors in 2020 and is currently serving as the Board’s President. Her credentials include being a member of IMFOA since 2004 and attaining and maintaining both the Iowa Municipal Clerk Certification (IaCMC) and the Iowa Municipal Finance Officer (IaCFO) Certification. Gleason also serves on the Mentor Committee sponsored by the Iowa League of Cities. Volunteering her time to support and advise other City Clerks in Iowa.
Additionally, Gleason has been a member of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks since 2005. She earned her Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) designation in 2012 and received her Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) designation in 2018.
South Elgin, Illinois
I am Margo Gray, Village Clerk of South Elgin, Il. I first ran for the position of Village Clerk in 2001 and have been in office since. ln that time, I have held numerous positions with MCI and NIMCA Clerk organizations including Bylaws and Policies Committee for both. I have been a chair of the Awards/Retirement, Balloting/Election, Pins/Badges, Fundraising, and Awards/Retirement Committees, Region 4 Director and a member of the 50th Anniversary Planning Committee. Locally, I have chaired the Programs Committee. I have participated in many Athenian Dialogues. I worked with other Illinois Clerks to make the 2009 llMC Conference in Chicago successful. I have attended IIMC Conferences in Anaheim, Atlanta, Birmingham, Grand Rapids, Hartford, Minneapolis, Montreal, New Orleans, Norfolk, Omaha and St. Paul. ln 2020, I received the NIMCA Clerk of the Year Award.
I am a perpetual volunteer for many organizations including fundraising for a local food pantry, trolley museum, dance teams, and church bazaars to name a few. I also have volunteered at numerous local festivals and have made and donated over 3,000 stocking caps for those in need. Also, I have been the owner of two businesses, a needlework shop and an in-ground swimming pool company.
Marc A. Donohue, MMC
City Clerk/Communications Director
Marc A. Donohue has served as the City Clerk for the City of Eastvale since May 2019 and City Clerk/Communications Director since November 2019. He previously served as the Deputy City Clerk for the City of Laguna Woods, the City Clerk of the City of Rosemead, the Chief City Clerk of the City of South Pasadena and previously served as the City Clerk in the City of Eastvale from 2014 through 2016.
Marc is currently serving as the President of the City Clerks Association of California (CCAC). He currently also serves on the IIMC Membership and Mentor Committee, the CCAC Mentoring Committee, and previously served on the CCAC Membership and Inclusivity Committee and the Education Committee. He was also recently named City Clerk of the Year by CCAC in 2021 and Manager/Director of the Year at the City of Eastvale in 2021.
Marc holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Operations Management from California State University of Los Angeles. He obtained his Certified Municipal Clerk designation in 2015. In 2017, he obtained his Master Municipal Clerk designation.
Arnout J.O. van Kooij, MMC
IJsselstein, The Netherlands
I have served as City Clerk for the municipality of IJsselstein, The Netherlands, since 2015. Prior to this position, I have served as policy advisor, department CEO and business consultant for several cities and (not profit) organizations for more than 20 years.
From the start of Clerking in 2015, I have been an active member of VVG and joined VVG’s committee of professional development in 2019. In 2022, I was elected to the board of VVG, responsible for professional development and chaired the successful international symposium in Amsterdam in 2023. I am member of IIMC’s International Relations Committee since 2022 and became chair in 2023.
I am committed to an effective advocate for a lifelong learning and strengthening the role of and position of the Clerk in public administration and to help it reach a higher level. I am a firm believer of the power of international cooperation. As an active member of VVG and IIMC, I combine the power of region XI with regions I-X to learn from each other, professionalize and develop together and contribute to the development of public administration.