Wyoming City Clerk receives state designation


WKTV Staff


Wyoming City Clerk Kelli VandenBerg has received her Certified Michigan Municipal Clerk designation.


Kelli VandenBerg, City of Wyoming City Clerk

The Certified Michigan Municipal Clerk program encourages Michigan clerks to continue learning about the various legal processes involved in their duties. By focusing on personal and professional growth, the program hopes to cultivate clerks that are effective leaders in Michigan communities.


The designation is given by the Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks. VandenBerg’s certification comes after three week-long classes taken annually over the course of three years.


“We are very proud of Kelli’s accomplishment in achieving this certification,” City Manager Curtis Holt said in supplied material. “Since stepping into the role of clerk, Kelli has demonstrated a commitment to continuous learning and to enhancing the professionalism of the office that will greatly contribute to the City’s development.”


VandenBerg has worked at the City of Wyoming for 19 years. She began her career in 1998 and has had the opportunity to serve many departments during her career. She became senior deputy City clerk in 2014.


VandenBerg earned her bachelors and master degrees in public administration at Grand Valley State University.