Cumberland County commissioners on Friday named Stacy Marie Snyder as the county’s deputy chief clerk.
For the past 12 years, Snyder served as deputy court administrator of York County and a systems trainer for the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts, in Mechanicsburg. As administrator, Snyder managed the day-to-day operations for the Family Court and worked on protocols and procedures for the district court administrator and board of judges.
Snyder, also a high school teacher, taught U.S. and world history. She also was a docent at James Madison’s home, Montpelier, located in Virginia, where she created a teacher outreach program for continuing education credit. She has also spent 25 years researching her family history. Snyder’s research uncovered much of her family history is intertwined with the history of Cumberland County.
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“As a native of Cumberland County, I look forward to working for our residents and draw from my experiences to fulfill the duties of deputy chief clerk,” Snyder said.
Snyder holds a master’s degree in secondary education from the University of Alabama, where she also earned her Bachelor of Arts degree.
Snyder will assist Chief Clerk Sandy Moyle with managing the county’s day-to-day operations within the guidelines set forth by the Pennsylvania County Code and the Board of Commissioners