Kristin Rodgers is an experienced government professional, with a demonstrated history of working in the Government Administration industry. Skilled in the implementation of government processes and procedures, Ms. Rodgers is proficient in establishing effective office practices to maximize organizational resources in support of departmental functions.
Ms. Rodgers brings 18 years of customer service and clerical experience and 7 years of Government Administration. Prior to her Ethics Administrator role, Ms. Rodgers served as Assistant Deputy Clerk to the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners and CEO, responsible for the preparation of the Board of Commissioners and Zoning meeting Summaries and Minutes; as well as maintaining official County Legislation, Ordinances, and Resolutions via digital record depository and hard copy file system. Prior to employment with the DeKalb County Government, she served as Office Administrative Generalist for the Georgia Department of Law Consumer Protection Unit where she supervised and coordinated the activities of staff members in the performance of a variety of clerical support duties to facilitate office functions; while also serving as Local Administrator for employee timekeeping records and dispersing human resource information.
Ms. Rodgers earned her B.Sc. Degree in Political Science, with a concentration in Public Administration and Minor in Legal Studies from Troy University, and is also designated a Certified County Clerk by the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia.