Township Clerks of Illinois
Clerks Division Winning Slogan from "110 Great Things About Being A Clerk": We preserve the history of our township as it happens.
An incorporated non-profit association organized and operated to help promote and support township clerks by conducting educational conferences and for the betterment and promotion of public service to the community.
The goals set forth by the Township Clerks of Illinois (TCI), an incorporated not for profit association, is to provide educational opportunities with training for Township Clerks by conducting educational conferences in geographical locations and to promote legislation beneficial to the operation of Township Government.
Mission Statement: Unifying clerks across Illinois with a solid base in knowledge by providing quality education to better serve our constituency.
President Katy Dolan Baumer, Hanover Township/Cook County email@example.com
Vice President Pam Bruner, Cordova Township/Rock Island County firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary Marsha Kay Johnston, Bruce Township/LaSalle County email@example.com
Treasurer Suzanne Fisher, Oquawka Township/Henderson County firstname.lastname@example.org
Immediate Past President Lisa Hodge, Blackberry Township/Kane County email@example.com
Directors – District 1
Kathy Brown, Monticello Township/Piatt County firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan Smith, Long Creek Township/Macon County email@example.com
At Large Director District 1 - Barbara Parker, DuPage Township/Will County firstname.lastname@example.org
Directors – District 2
Karen Wilson, Blackhawk Township/Rock Island County email@example.com
At Large Director District 2 - OPEN
Directors – District 3
Sherry Tite, Wood River Township/Madison County firstname.lastname@example.org
(Clerk Tite is also serving on the Parent Organization TOI Board of Directors)
At Large Director District 3 - OPEN
This Association is organized and operated exclusively for the purpose of assisting and engaging in all activities which are permitted by the Illinois Not For Profit Corporation Act, by an organization exempt from Federal taxation under provisions of Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Tax Code.