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Deputy City Clerk Lisa Branson of Fayetteville, Arkansas, Earns the Designation of Certified Municipal Clerk & Certified Arkansas Municipal Clerk
Deputy City Clerk Lisa Branson of Fayetteville, Arkansas, has earned the designation of Certified Municipal Clerk, which is awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks, Inc. IIMC grants the CMC designation only to those municipal clerks who complete demanding education requirements and who have a record of significant contribution to their local government, their community, and their state. The City of Fayetteville thanks Deputy City Clerk Lisa Branson for her public service and congratulates her on this international certification.
The International Institute of Municipal Clerks is a professional, nonprofit association that promotes continuing education and certification through university and college-based institutes and provides networking solutions, services and benefits to its members worldwide. Founded in 1947, the International Institute of Municipal Clerks is the leading professional association serving the needs of municipal clerks, secretaries, treasurers, recorders and other allied associations from cities and towns worldwide. IIMC represents municipalities with populations ranging from 250 people to more than 10 million people in North America and 15 other countries and currently has more than 9,500 members.
In addition to this honorable designation, the Arkansas City Clerks, Recorders & Treasurers Association at the 80th Convention of the Arkansas Municipal League held June 18-20 in Little Rock, Arkansas, also honored Branson with the Certified Arkansas Municipal Clerk designation.
Branson has served in the Fayetteville Office of the City Clerk Treasurer for nine years and is a native of Northwest Arkansas. She is a member of The International Institute of Municipal Clerks and The Arkansas City Clerks, Recorders & Treasurers Association.