Yolanda Lewis is the District Court Administrator for the Atlanta Judicial Circuit and the Court Administrator for the Superior Court of Fulton County. Tasked with managing the largest and busiest court in Georgia, she provides support to 20 elected judges, leadership to approximately 250 employees, and manages a combined budget of $28 million. Prior to assuming her current position, Lewis served as the Court Administrator for Clayton County’s Superior and State Court in addition to holding positions with the Georgia Administrative Office of the Courts, and the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. During her sixteen (16) year career in criminal justice and public administration, she has provided executive level recommendations and strategic support to appointed and elected officials in the Executive and Judicial Branches of government. Yolanda is a certified court manager and serves as faculty of Michigan State University’s Judicial Administration Program. She is currently the Vice President of the National Association for Court Management and the President of the Georgia Council of Court Administrators. Yolanda holds a BA in Criminal Justice and an MPA from the University of South Alabama.