Municipal Court administrator earns state award for service and innovation

Texas Court Clerks presented award to Totah during annual conference
Municipal Court Administrator Tiffany Totah, right, accepts the Texas Court Clerks Association’s Extraordinary Achievement Award from TCCA President Landra Solansky on Nov. 16 during a conference in San Marcos.

VICTORIA, Texas – On Nov. 16, Tiffany Totah, Municipal Court administrator, received the Extraordinary Achievement Award. The Texas Court Clerks presented the award to Totah during the organization’s annual conference in San Marcos.

According to a news release from the TCCA, the award recognizes a court professional who presents an extraordinary performance in program development or other actions benefiting the members of TCCA.

Totah “has served as a role model for all municipal courts through the pandemic,” according to the commendation that was presented during the conference. “Her innovation and leadership skills were an inspiration to other court administrators when making court happen for defendants by offering virtual hearings. We love her energy and eagerness to always do what is best for the court and organization.”

Totah serves on the board of the TCCA and is the president of the South Texas Chapter. She also served on numerous committees within the TCCA, including the technology committee and the conference committee.

Eligibility for the Extraordinary Achievement Award requires the honoree to have received the TCCA’s Distinguished Service Award. In 2020, Totah received this award. The award recognized her service in the organization and how she helped other courts adapt to provide remote services.

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