Grace Wiggins has the background and skills to provide:
- Managerial experience
- Train-the-trainer experience
- Legal experience
- HR experience
- Intervention experience
- Organizational experience
- Spanish-language access
As Clerk of the Superior Court, Grace will ensure the best services possible are available to the judiciary and the public. With personal experience in many court positions, Grace is committed to fill in when needed to cover positions, including going into court as a courtroom clerk, while still providing managerial support to all office staff. No job is too big or too small, and Grace is committed to being a part of the Court team, just as much as a leader of the Clerk's team.
Having experience as a trainer, Grace will evaluate all positions, provide further training where necessary, and initiate a cross-training program in critical areas/positions of the office, ensuring all office staff are familiar with all aspects of court operation and providing staff the resources needed to carry out their duties.
The Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court cannot offer legal advice; therefore, staff will be trained on how to deal with legal questions and to refer court customers to agencies that can provide legal assistance.
HR and Intervention
Grace intends to use her extensive experience in management and human resources to recognize problems, identify their causes, and avoid communication breakdowns. The Clerk's Office will always maintain an “Open Door Policy."
As Clerk of the Superior Court, Grace will commit to overseeing an organized office, with fully-trained staff, and to fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of the Clerk's Office as governed by statute.
Grace is fully bilingual - speaking, reading and writing in Spanish. She is therefore fully committed to the Clerk's Office's ability to assist the Spanish-speaking public it frequently serves.