Martin County Clerk of Court and Comptroller
Advisory Board Member
Carolyn Timmann was recently re-elected to her third term as the Martin County Clerk of Court and Comptroller.
Carolyn attended the University of Georgia, Indian River State College, and Florida State University, receiving Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees and completing Master’s coursework in editing and publishing. She also holds a Certificate in Public Administration and is a Certified Court Clerk through the Supreme Court of Florida.
Carolyn has worked in the private sector and all three branches of state government. She served as a judicial assistant, chief legislative aide for the House of Representatives, special assistant to the Solicitor General, and a deputy chief of staff and division director for Governors Crist and Scott.
Carolyn Chairs several committees for the Florida Clerks & Comptrollers and was recognized in 2017 as their Clerk of the Year. She serves as a Governor’s appointee and Council Chair on the statewide Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Systems Council and on the Florida Bar’s Special Committee on Criminal Justice. In 2017, Carolyn was appointed to the Constitutional Revision Commission by Senate President Negron. Carolyn was recently named an Honorary Sheriff by the Florida Sheriffs Association in recognition of her commitment to law enforcement.
Carolyn is the proud parent of two adult children with her late husband, Robert, who was a long-time law enforcement officer.