On January 8, George Stern was sworn in as Jefferson County’s new Clerk and Recorder.
A resident of Golden, George joined the Clerk & Recorder's Office after gaining extensive professional experience in both the public and private sectors. George was a public high school teacher and baseball coach in Colorado before heading to Harvard Law School, where he studied voting rights and policy implementation. He also worked in the Obama White House on health care, veterans issues, and government ethics and administration, and for former Governor Hickenlooper on everything from marijuana regulation to marriage equality and government accountability.
After graduating law school magna cum laude, George returned to Colorado and worked as a business consultant at McKinsey, helping both fortune 500 companies and governments improve their strategies and operations.
Jefferson County Clerk & Recorder's Office is one of the most public facing offices in Colorado government, serving nearly 600,000 residents.
George pledged to run a 21st-century Clerk and Recorder's office that will be a nationwide model of good government service.
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