Lucinda M. Williams, city clerk for the City of Brea, has been appointed the new clerk services manager for Fullerton by Acting City Manager Joe Felz.
Her appointment to the position of city clerk by the city council is scheduled for the council’s March 1 meeting.
Williams will fill the vacancy created by the retirement in December of City Clerk/Clerk Services Manager Beverley White.
In her new position, Williams will be responsible for the day-to-day supervision and coordination of City Clerk Office activities and staff. She will also manage the city’s records retention program, administer a computer imaging system, assist in coordinating elections and city council meetings, and update and publish the Fullerton Municipal Code.
Williams, a Fullerton resident, was hired by Brea in 2003 to serve as deputy city clerk/record supervisor. In 2006, she was appointed Brea’s city clerk.
Prior to coming to Brea, Williams served three years as liaison to the San Mateo County Workforce Investment Board. Prior to that, she served as an administrative assistant for quality improvement and as health and safety coordinator for the City of San Francisco Jail Health Services.
Williams, a California native, was born in San Francisco and raised in San Bruno. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from San Francisco State University, and a master’s in public administration from California State University at Dominquez Hills. She also has completed course work in parliamentary procedure from the University of Wisconsin Learning Innovations Program.
Williams is a certified master municipal clerk and notary public, and is a mentor with the City Clerks Association of California. She is a member of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks, the City Clerks Association of California, the Municipal Managers Association of Southern California, the Southern California City Clerks Association and the National Notary Association.
In addition, she serves on the executive board of the City Clerk’s Association of California and on the Orange County Registrar of Voters Community Election Working Group.