Joseph is a dedicated public servant and has a wide range of experience from working in various roles for the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office since 2001. Starting as a summer intern in 1997, Joseph developed a passion for working in the public sector. He transitioned in the organization from deputy clerk to training coordinator and helped establish procedures for each department. Joseph thrived in each role eventually becoming Business Manager of the Traffic Warrant Division. Joseph spearheaded the consolidation of two separate departments, effectively reducing the office footprint and improving efficiency of the business operations. In 2016, Joseph was promoted to a Chief Deputy role within the organization.
Joseph is currently the Chief Deputy of Public Relations and Employee Development for the Circuit Court Clerk of Davidson County. Joseph was one of the project leads on the implementation of electronic filing system in the offices of the Circuit Court Clerk. Joseph represents the offices of the Circuit Court Clerk within the community and maintains quality working relationships with governmental, legal, business and professional organizations. He also fosters employee development programs for the organization and promotes its various public information activities.
Joseph P. Day, was born in Nashville and raised in the Bordeaux community. He attended Metro Nashville Public Schools for his K-12 education, beginning at Cumberland Elementary to Joelton Middle and graduating from Whites Creek High School with honors in 1997. Joseph went on to attend Tennessee State University graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree and obtained a Master’s degree in Public Service Management from Cumberland University. He continued his education by obtaining a Certified Public Administrator certification from the University of Tennessee Institute of Public Service.
Joseph is a member of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. He loves volunteering, coaching and helping others. Joseph is involved in various community activities and a member of many organizations. Joseph is a longtime member of Richland Creek Church of Christ, where he regularly teaches and ministers. He resides in Goodlettsville with his wife Tomesia and their sons Jared and Jaden, who attend Metro Nashville Public Schools.
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Eric Ruffin, Treasurer