Williamson County District Clerk Lisa David was named District Clerk of the Year for the State of Texas. The award signifies outstanding and distinguished service by a district clerk.
David was presented the award at the 123rd Annual County and District Clerk Association (CDCAT) Conference on June 19.
"I am very honored to have received this award from my peers across the state," David said in a prepared statement. "I want to share this award with my family and staff. If it were not for their support, I could not serve in the manner I do for Williamson County and this great State of Texas."
David began working for the district clerk’s office in 1981, serving as deputy district clerk and assistant chief deputy before being elected the district clerk for the county in November 2016.
David is currently a member of the CDCAT Legislative Committee and works with various other judicial committees. She is also the current president of the Texas District Court Alliance.
According to a prepared statement from Presiding Judge Billy Ray Stubblefield of the Third Administrative Judicial Region, David “avidly” works to enhance the proceedings of the district court.
"Those of us who work with Ms. David and depend upon a high level of professionalism from her office are delighted to hear the news of this distinguished award,” Stubblefield’s statement said. “Lisa has never been satisfied just to do a great job, and she always strives to improve and innovate on the many intricacies and nuances of her office. She has served on numerous committees and testified before the legislature on issues which have improved the services rendered by District Clerks around the state. This improves the standards of the entire profession. We send her congratulations."
To reach the district clerk’s office, call 512-943-1212.