Clayton County Library Board of Trustees Retreat

Clayton County Library Board Trustees attend training by Ben Carter.

Do you want to lead but feel trapped Professionally! P.E.A.R.L. Girls are encouraged to become ACTIVE change agents in their communities! Consider joining a board!

Trustee Training

Ben Carter, Asst State Librarian

The Library Board of Trustees consists of 10 members appointed by the Clayton County Commissioners. The Library Board is a legal entity that has the authority to make policy and govern the affairs of the Library.

Clayton County Library Director #pearlgirl

What the Library Board does:

  • sets policy for the Library
  • defines the purpose and direction of the Library
  • demonstrates accountability to the community
  • advocates on behalf of the Library to ensure acquisition, development, and sustainability of resources and services
Clayton County Library Trustees Retreat 2019

Regardless of your professional role or title you can be an active voice in your community! #volunteer

Melanated Pearls are leading the world!

Melanated Pearl engages with civic and elected leaders at the Clayton County Democrats meeting.

It’s our passion for equity that drives us. Black women want better. Better choices. Better pathways. Better options. Just better!

Yesterday, I joined the Clayton County Democrats and I left empowered and inspired! #blackwomenlead #engage

Melanated Pearl Corporation celebrates the brilliance and resilience that is the black female!

If you want better you have to be better!

Better informed!

Georgia’s 13th Congressional District is located in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area and encircles the city. It includes all of Douglas County and portions of Clayton, Cobb, Fayette, Fulton, and Henry counties.

Melanated Pearl joins WOCC

Dr Barbara Pulliam and Crystal Perry, founder of Melanated Pearl

ABOUT WOMEN OF CLAYTON COUNTY

Women of Clayton County drives positive change in Clayton County through strategic collaborations with our county leaders, businesses, and residents.  We are transforming Clayton County through business growth and development so that we can all live, work and play in a sustainable environment. We are Clayton County’s partner in progress, development, and leadership.

PEARL Girl alert!
Members of WOCC distribute books and pajamas to Clayton County students