Connie Taylor, a 21-year resident of Powder Springs (Cobb County) with years of government, corporate and community-building skills brings professionalism, determination and dedication to the Cobb County Superior Court Clerk’s Office. She is a proven business and civic leader with the experience, network and passion to build a Better Cobb County Superior Court Clerk’s Office With a BA in International Business and a MBA in Business (Project Management); she is equipped with the tools to navigate the multitude of issues our county faces. As a 15+-year member of Shaw Temple AME Zion Church and her involvement with several non-profit community organizations, Connie Taylor is more than a long-time neighbor she is a staple of Cobb County.
Connie Taylor is a proven professional who earned experience as a former member of the Cobb County Board of Tax Assessors, as a governmental grants compliance Manager, and as a successful real estate Broker
Connie is a licensed Real Estate Broker (Taylor Realty Service, Inc.) in the States of Georgia and Florida and a License Real Estate Instructor in the State of Georgia. Connie has worked as a Real Estate Salesperson since 1996; a Broker since 2001, and Real Estate Instructor since 2002.
Connie currently serves on the Cobb County Library Trustee Board, County Library Foundation, and the Arthur Langford, Jr. Teen Leadership Board and a Member of the NAACP Cobb County.
Cobb County embraces Connie as a tireless advocate for her community through her committed service while serving on the SPLOST Oversight Committee, Cobb County Parks Bond Advisory Committee, Keep Powder Springs Beautiful and Keep Cobb County Beautiful Board; she has illustrated her commitment to lead.
Cobb County Superior Court Clerk’s Office deserves a dedicated and involved leader that will always be visible and accessible throughout the community. Cobb County Superior Court Clerk’s Office needs a leader that will work with civic and business professional, and with you. We need Connie Taylor as its next Clerk of Superior Court Cobb County.
Strongly believes that people who come in contact with court clerks should be treated courteously and respectfully.
I pledged to ensure that public resources are utilized efficiently and effectively, while ensuring the integrity and access to court records by supporting the judicial process.
Focus on training and well-being of employee’s leads to better on-the-job performances, training and personal development opportunities for employees will be a priority
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