Local Leader of Bar and Harford County Correctional Association Endorses Michelle Karczeski for Clerk of Court


As we inch closer to the Primary Election on July 19, several notable endorsements have made their announcements for Michelle Karczeski for the Clerk of the Court for Harford County.

Revered Bel Air attorney and local leader of the Bar, Augustus F. Brown, endorsed Michelle and noted her stellar professionalism and skills. “I have known Michelle Karczeski for many years and I have dealt with her on a professional and personal level. She was a skilled and very effective Senior Financial Systems Project Manager in the State court system. Ms. Karczeski implemented the Maryland Courts Revenue Collection System which allowed the Circuit Courts the ability to take credit cards and streamlined the processing of business licenses. She also was able to implement the Attorney Information System (AIS) which consolidated the annual Pro Bono and IOLTA reporting requirements and the Client Protection Fund payment cycle.“

Michelle Karczeski has been endorsed by the Harford County Correctional Association.

Mr. Brown continues, “Ms. Karczeski is knowledgeable, efficient and experienced in the judicial system. She is very organized and is an excellent communicator. She understands the challenges that not only she faces but that co-workers and colleagues also face. She looks for successful results and creates a positive environment in doing so. I have no doubt that she will apply these skills as Clerk of the Circuit Court for Harford County. I strongly endorse her candidacy and urge Republicans and Democrats to vote for her.” 

Michelle’s commitment to service has earned her the respect and endorsements of colleagues and public service organizations around the state and in her home county. The Harford County Correctional Association is a professional organization comprised of over 100 Correctional deputies employed by the Harford County Sheriff’s Office. They recently released their endorsements for local candidates who have demonstrated their commitment to supporting public safety and keeping Harford County a safe place to live and work. Michelle Karczeski made the list of outstanding candidates. “On behalf of the Harford County Correctional Association, we look forward to working with and supporting these candidates. Thank you for supporting the Correctional deputies who work hard to keep our Harford County community safe.” – The Harford County Correctional Association, Forest Hill, Maryland.

Why Michelle?

Michelle’s career started in Washington DC as a Military Geographer and Analyst with the Department of Defense where she received numerous awards. In 2007, Michelle formed her company SETA Consulting, LLC – a small woman-owned, Maryland-based business providing Project Management and IT consulting. Her first contracts were with the Maryland Judiciary where they brought her in to be part of their team and mission for the past 15 years. During this time Michelle implemented technology across all of the Circuit Courts in Maryland. She has been in every Circuit Court Courthouse and worked with Circuit Court Clerks in every county in Maryland and Baltimore City. She developed and implemented the systems used on a daily basis. Her well-established working relationships with the Maryland Clerks and the Judiciary team in Annapolis paired with her knowledge of the environment and her technical skills will allow her to start the job here in Harford County on day one.

When elected, Michelle Karczeski will be the first woman elected to the Clerk of Court for Harford County.

To learn more about Michelle and her historic run for Clerk of Court in Harford County visit: www.MichelleKarczeski.com

Michelle L. Karczeski is a candidate for the Clerk of Harford County Circuit Court in 2022. She will bring with her over 14 years of experience with the Maryland Judiciary. Harford County has been Michelle’s home for over 45 years. A graduate of Fallston High School, mother of two grown sons, she currently resides in Bel Air with her husband. They have recently taken on the loving role of raising their 9-year old nephew.

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