St. Francis — The Wisconsin Municipal Clerks Association has awarded St. Francis Municipal Clerk/Treasurer Anne Uecker the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.
Uecker, who was presented with the award at WMCA annual conference in Appleton on Aug. 20, is a Wisconsin Certified Professional Clerk as well as a Master Municipal Clerk, and she has participated in the Milwaukee Metro Clerk’s Association since 1992. Shealso serves as the WMCA region director for the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC).
Her passion and dedication to the municipal clerk’s profession is evident by her commitment to service for both WMCA and IIMC, officials said.
“She exemplifies the position of city clerk along with her ability to maintain a proficient status within the municipal clerk’s organization,” said Sandra Boettcher, president of the Wisconsin Municipal Clerks Association.
During her tenure, Uecker has actively served the WMCA on multiple committees including the Profession Education, Conference, Legislative, and Policy and Procedures committees. She has given her time and talents generously to the WMCA by holding offices of president, first vice president, secretary and treasurer. She has also attended and facilitated multiple Athenian Dialogues, which are well respected leadership forums hosted by the IIMC.
Uecker has served the city of St. Francis since 1992. She is recognized by her community for moving her office forward in terms of technology by implementing paperless agenda packets and electronic payroll, and digitizing city records. She is active in her community through volunteerism and service, including work with the St. Francis Civic Association, for which she was instrumental in forming the organization and framing their objective and purpose, and membership in More Parents Voice, a parent association for St. Thomas More High School.
“I am truly humbled and honored to have received the WMCA Lifetime Achievement Award,” Uecker after receiving the award.