Diane Corna retires from City Clerk's Office
Diane Corna, City of Pinellas Park’s City Clerk Set to Retire After 29 Years of Service – New City Clerk Appointed
PINELLAS PARK – After 29 years of dedicated service, Diane Corna will retire as the City Clerk for the City of Pinellas Park. Mrs. Corna started with the City in 1994 and in 1999 was promoted to Deputy City Clerk. In 2004 she was appointed to City Clerk. She received her Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) designation in January of 2006. Diane was an active member with the International Institute of Municipal Clerks, Florida Association of City Clerks, Pinellas County Municipal Clerks Association and the National Notary Association. Diane and husband, Bob, have two sons, Mitch and Beau and two granddaughters, Ella and Amaya.
“It has been a pleasure and a privilege to serve our City Council, as well as, the residents of Pinellas Park in my capacity as City Clerk,” said Diane Corna. “I am confident that the Clerk’s office will continue to serve the community with dedication and excellence moving forward.”
Diane’s last day of service will be May 5th, 2023. Beginning May 6th, 2023, Jennifer Carfagno will be the City of Pinellas Park’s City Clerk as appointed by City Council.
Jennifer started her career with the city in March 2016 as a Senior Office Specialist in the City Clerk’s Office. She holds an Associate in Arts Degree and a Certificate in Management and Leadership from St. Petersburg College. Jennifer received the Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) designation in December 2018, the Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) designation in January 2021 and in April 2022 she became an Athenian Fellow with the IIMC Athenian Leadership Society. She is an active member of the following professional organizations: International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), Florida Association of City Clerks (FACC), Pinellas County Municipal Clerks Association (PCMCA), National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP) and Florida State Association of Parliamentarians (FSAP). Jennifer and husband, Anthony, have a daughter, Kayla, son-in-law, Joshua and two goldendoodles, Bailey and Jack.
“On behalf of myself and City Council, we wish Diane the best of luck in retirement and are grateful for her unwavering dedicated service to the City of Pinellas Park,” said Mayor Sandra Bradbury. “We are also excited to welcome Jennifer as the new City Clerk and are confident that she will continue to drive our success through her professional leadership to the entire Clerk’s team and her commitment to the City of Pinellas Park,” concluded Bradbury.
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