SNOWMASS VILLAGE, Colo. – The Colorado Municipal Clerks Association (CMCA) announced its 2023 awards recipients at its annual conference held in Snowmass, Colo. from Oct. 17 through 20. Karen Frawley, Windsor’s Town Clerk, received the CMCA Clerk of the Year Award for the medium municipality category, CMCA’s highest honor.
The Clerk of the Year award recognizes outstanding contributions to a municipality and commitment to continuous education for the profession by a municipal clerk for each of the size categories—large, medium and small municipality.
“Karen represents the very best of the profession, from liquor licensing to open records requests, from the keeping official minutes to running flawless elections,” said Windsor Town Manager Shane Hale. “Her impeccable oversight of a special election this year specifically illustrates her the outstanding contributions to the community.”
Frawley is committed to continuous education and to the development of the next generation of town clerks by being an active participant in the CMCA Education Committee as a scholar and teacher. Frawley is also dedicating time to earning her Master Clerk Certificate, hosting and speaking at Lunch N Learns, participating in the Athenian Leadership Society, moderating sessions at the annual conference, and teaching various Train-the-Trainer courses.
To learn more about the Windsor Town Clerk’s office, visit windsorgov.com/118/Town-Clerk.