COMMISSIONERS SELECT ASSISTANT COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

BOWLING GREEN, OH – August 15, 2019 – The Wood County Commissioners, Doris Herringshaw, Craig LaHote, and Ted Bowlus, are pleased to announce the selection of Carri Stanley as their new Assistant County Administrator. 

Mrs. Stanley’s duties will include preparation and management of the county budget, supervision of the fiscal staff within the Commissioners’ Office, and working closely with the County Administrator to guide projects for County offices and departments. 

The Assistant County Administrator also serves as the Director of the Wood County Solid Waste Management District, including the Wood County Landfill.  Her employment with the Commissioners’ Office will begin on September 16, 2019.

Mrs. Stanley is a graduate of Elmwood High School, the University of Findlay, and the University of Toledo College of Law. 

She currently serves as a Senior Assistant Prosecutor in the Office of the Wood County Prosecuting Attorney where she has worked in the Civil Division since 2008.  In this position she provides legal advice, contract and bidding document review, and legal research to county officials, boards, commissions, departments, townships, school districts, and the health district. 

From 1999 to 2007, she served as the Project Director for the Putnam County Commissioners where she directed the county budget process, served as liaison among county departments and elected officials, managed environmental programs, capital projects, and human resource activities.

For additional information, please contact Andrew S. Kalmar, Wood County Administrator.