The Board of Mayor and Commissioners (BOMC) confirmed the appointment of Karina Reyna as Avondale Estates' city clerk on Wednesday, Nov. 29. Her responsibilities include preparing for and managing the BOMC meetings, recording actions in public meetings following State law and parliamentary procedures, and posting meeting notices. She also serves as the Municipal Elections Superintendent and custodian of official city records and public documents.
Reyna started her public service career in the City of Doraville Parks and Recreation Department. In 2016, she moved into the role of deputy clerk where she handled meeting management, open records requests and personnel matters. In 2021, she became assistant city clerk for the City of Sandy Springs, focusing on records management. Reyna is nearing the completion of the Georgia Clerks Education Institute Certificate Program through the Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia.
“Karina brings almost a decade’s worth of clerk experience to the city, and we are excited to have her as a part of our team,” said City Manager Patrick Bryant.