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Posted on: August 1, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Municipal Court administrator earns national certification

Group photo of 5 people in front of the Supreme Court building

PHOTO #1: City of Victoria Municipal Court Administrator Tiffany Totah was certified as an Institute for Court Management fellow during a ceremony at the United States Supreme Court. Shown from left are program graduates Jason Dudish-Poulsen, Totah, Kristi Cox and Jarrett Perlow; and Mandy Sarkissian, education program manager for the ICM Fellows Program and Judicial Branch Leadership Academy. Contributed photo by Rick Reinhard.

Large group photo in front of the Supreme Court buildingPHOTO #2: City of Victoria Municipal Court Administrator Tiffany Totah was certified as an Institute for Court Management fellow during a ceremony at the United States Supreme Court. She is shown here outside the Supreme Court along with other program graduates. Contributed photo by Rick Reinhard.

Information provided by the National Center for State Courts

Tiffany TotahCity of Victoria Municipal Court Administrator Tiffany Totah has been certified as a fellow of the Institute for Court Management (ICM) at the National Center for State Courts. The ICM Fellows program offers the only intensive educational program for court professionals in the U.S., according to information provided by the National Center for State Courts. Fellows complete a rigorous process that measures an individual’s aptitude in court management, research and executive leadership through three levels of certification. Totah joins 18 other recent program graduates and more than 1,300 alumni worldwide. Totah earned her Certified Municipal Court Clerk certification from the Texas Court Clerks Association and her Master of Business Administration degree in management from the University of Houston-Victoria.

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