Dori Munyan, County Clerk
"My goals are to build efficiencies in the office. I want to utilize technology more and I'd like to begin a project in the future to digitalize the accounts payable process."
|Dori may have been born in New Jersey, but she grew up in Southwestern Kansas and graduated from Garden City High School. Like many of us, she moved away for a while, and spent time on the West coast. She moved back to Finney County in 2003 to be closer to family.|
With almost 20 years of experience in financial services as a financial and business operations analyst, Dori began working as Finney County's part-time financial analyst in 2017. She was then asked to help full-time in the Clerk's Office during election season that same year. Upon the departure of the former County Clerk, Dori stepped in as interim Clerk and was appointed by the Finney County Republican Committee and confirmed by Governor Brownback. In the November 2018 elections, she'll run for the position in order to finish the remaining two years of the unexpired term.
"When I accepted this position, I wanted to focus on accuracy, transparency, and customer service for this office, and ensure those core values are upheld."
While supervising three employees and generally overseeing all aspects of elections, accounts payable, budgets, and levies, Dori also serves as the Secretary to the Board of Commissioners. She maintains the agendas and minutes, publishes legal notices of passed resolutions, and maintains the meeting schedule.
Dori is an artist in her spare time. She enjoys yard sales and shopping for antiques and everyday items that she can turn into something new for her art and crafts. She is married with two adult children and enjoys spending time with the family she has here in town.