Atlanta, GA – Today Governor Brian P. Kemp announced his nomination of Angie Davis to serve as the first clerk of the Georgia Statewide Business Court. She was unanimously confirmed by the House and Senate Judiciary Committees.

"With over thirty years of experience, Angie Davis will bring invaluable court management expertise to this statewide court," said Governor Kemp. "It is an honor to nominate her for this important role, and I know she will play a pivotal role in the court's long-term success."

Angie Davis previously served as the elected clerk of the Cobb County State Court. During her tenure, she successfully modernized the court by making court records available online and instituting an electronic filing system for civil cases. Prior to that role, Davis served as a court mediator, clerk and court administrator of magistrate court, and chief deputy of the state court. She is a designated Fellow of the Institute for Court Management, the only nationally accredited court management program in the nation, having completed the National Center for State Court's Court Executive Development Program. Davis received her bachelor's degree from Georgia Southern University and master's degree from Kennesaw State University. She and her husband, Shawn, live in West Cobb with their daughters, Riley and Reagan, and attend Stonebridge Church in Marietta.

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