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December 22
Hogan Named Clerk to the Board of Commissioners

The Wake County Board of Commissioners has selected Denise Hogan as its new Clerk to the Board. Hogan, who previously served as Deputy Clerk, was selected through a competitive recruitment process and began serving in her new role Monday, January 5, 2015. Hogan has 14 years of experience in the Clerk’s office and 22 years with Wake County Government.

As Clerk, Hogan provides support to the seven County Commissioners. She is responsible for maintaining Board meeting minutes, retaining historical records, and coordinating and tracking citizens boards and commissions appointed by the Board.

"Denise has been a great Deputy Clerk," said Commissioners' Chairman Dr. James West. "She has great attention to detail and is incredibly skilled at her work. I have no doubt that she will make a wonderful Clerk to the Board. Every member of the Board felt she was the best candidate, and we look forward to working more closely with her."

Hogan received an associate's degree in Business Administration from Wake Technical Community College and obtained North Carolina Certified County Clerk certification from UNC-Chapel Hill.

The search for a new clerk began this fall ahead of the retirement of current clerk Susan Banks in January 2015. The County has begun the process of searching for a new Deputy Clerk to the Board.





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