Election Results Are In!
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
The election for the NACC Board of Directors has ended and the results are in. We are pleased to announce Gerard Glynn has been reelected to serve on the board and Hon. Willie Lovett is our newest board member.
Thank you for voting. We are looking forward to an exciting 2016 here at NACC!
Below is more information on Willie and Gerry:
Willie Lovett is a Child Welfare Law Specialist (CWLS) who provides twenty-seven years of practical legal and managerial experience. He currently serves as a Fulton County Juvenile Court Judge. Willie previously served as Director of the Fulton County Office of the Child Attorney: at the time a government office of eighteen attorneys, four investigators, four administrators and two social workers with a budget of $2.39 million. His experience also includes ten years of litigation management in the Office of the County Attorney which featured the defense of governmental officials in trials and appeals in Georgia’s trial and appellate courts as well as the U.S. District Court and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Willie’s hands-on experience includes: lead counsel in state and federal trial courts and oral argument in the Georgia Court of Appeals, Georgia Supreme Court, and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Gerry Glynn is the Chief Legal Officer for Community Based Care of Central Florida - Holdings. Prior to joining the agency, Gerry enjoyed a career representing children and families as an attorney for more than 25 years. He has been involved with many non-profits serving on numerous boards of directors, including the National Association of Counsel for Children and the City of Life Foundation. Additionally, Gerry was the founding Executive Director of Florida’s Children First. Throughout his career, Gerry has led several organizations through strategic planning processes and provided guidance to leadership on fundraising, risk management and policy development. As a law professor for more than two decades, Gerry taught at Georgetown, Florida State, University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Barry University. As a clinical law professor, he led major reforms in several law school skills programs. Finally, he is a nationally renowned lecturer on children’s law topics and has published several articles and chapters of books.