The Executive Director serves as the chief administrative officer of the State Attorney’s Office and represents the State Attorney in all administrative matters as authorized by the State Attorney. He reviews the administrative work of the agency, coordinates activities, and acts as an advisor on matters of policy, procedures and administration. He supervises the activities of a varied support staff of over 70 professionals including fiscal, facilities, human resources, information systems technology, data entry, and legal support. One of the vital roles of the Executive Director is to oversee the secretarial and litigation support needs of the assistant state attorneys. This includes secretarial assignments, training, supervision and conflict resolution.
The Executive Director oversees the administration and preparation of State and County budgets in excess of $10.6 million. The Executive Director supervises approximately $520,000 in federal grants for domestic violence prosecution, support services, and victim services. The Executive Director handles personnel matters for more than 125 total employees in six offices. The Executive Director designs and manages Information Systems that play a critical role in case management and tracking and the associated computer networks, including supporting staff needs and technology networks that interface with other law enforcement agencies.