State Court Clerk
COBB COUNTY GOVERNMENT
Angie Davis, Clerk
Angie Davis was sworn in as Clerk of the Cobb County State Court in 2013 after having served as the Chief Deputy Clerk for over thirteen years. Prior to serving as Chief Deputy Clerk, Angie served as Clerk and Court Administrator of the Cobb County Magistrate Court.
Angie attended Cobb County public schools before receiving her Bachelors Degree in English from Georgia Southern University in 1991. In 1996, she received her Masters in Public Administration from Kennesaw State University. She received a Certificate of Local Government Management in 1998 from the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government. Angie was also designated a Fellow of the Institute for Court Management, the only nationally accredited court management program in the country, upon completing the National Center for State Court’s Court Executive Development Program in 1999.
Angie formerly served on the Executive Committee of the Georgia Council of Court Administrators and was formerly a state-registered mediator through the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. She has conducted training in Mediation and Communication Skills at Georgia State University and Kennesaw State University.
A graduate of the Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Cobb class of 1998, Angie is past Vice-President of the Cobb County Republican Women's Club and was a nominee for the YWCA Tribute to Women of Achievement in 1996. She is a founding member of 10 Women of Hope, a local non-profit which assists single mothers experiencing a financial emergency. A resident of Cobb County for over 35 years, Angie and her husband, Shawn, live in West Cobb County with their two daughters.
Robin Bishop MPA, Chief Deputy Clerk
Robin Bishop was sworn in as Chief Deputy Clerk of the State Court of Cobb County in 2013, after owning a local government consulting firm for six years.
Ms. Bishop began her county government service in 1994 as the Law Library Director for the Cobb County Judicial Circuit. She was later promoted to Judicial Program Coordinator for Superior Court Administration. After her service in the Courts, Ms. Bishop became the director of Keep Cobb Beautiful, until she was promoted to become the first Cobb County Grants Development Specialist.
Ms. Bishop has an undergraduate degree in Communications and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Kennesaw State University. She holds a Certificate of Local Government Management from the Carl Vinson Institute at the University of Georgia. She is among the first in Georgia to sit for vetted testing to receive a Grant Professional Certification (GPC) from the American Association of Grant Professionals. She is a Cobb county native and Osborne High School graduate. She was in the first class of the Cobb Chamber’s Cobb Youth Leadership Program. She graduated from the adult Leadership Cobb Program in 1998.
Ms. Bishop’s service in the community includes: Cobb County Leadership Council – American Cancer Society, YWCA of Northwest Georgia, MUST Ministries - Gobble Jog, and Leadership Cobb Alumni. She has been awarded a Tribute to Women of Achievement Award – YWCA, Ms. Cobb County Citizen - Smyrna Oakdale Moose Lodge, and The Martha Logue Management Award – Cobb. She resides in Acworth with her husband Allan and their two daughters.