Ron Phillips, director of Special Projects in the Tulsa County Court Clerk’s Office, announced that he will file as a candidate for court clerk when filing opens in April.
Phillips said he has worked in the transition to an ever-evolving, technology-driven, data management system that allows the Tulsa County Court Clerk Office to deliver cost-effective services to the public while continuing to offer friendly customer service in its personal interactions with users of the Court Clerk’s Office.
Current Court Clerk, Sally Howe Smith has announced her retirement after decades of service. Phillips has extensive hands-on knowledge and experience in the many functions and operations of the Court Clerk’s Office, has many years of management experience for major technology and computer driven private sector businesses.
Phillips said he has a proven commitment to conservative, cost-effective management that will give Tulsa County citizens and others reliant upon the office for reliably accurate services confidence.
Phillips said, “It is my intention if given the opportunity by the voters, to provide leadership and management to the Tulsa County Court Clerk Office such that citizens will point to the office as an example of how they wish every government office operated.”