Diane B. Webb
Cobb County State Court Clerk
Diane B. Webb, Clerk
Diane Webb was sworn in as Clerk of the Cobb County State Court in 1999 after having served as the Chief Deputy Clerk for over five years.
Diane was designated a Fellow of the Institute for Court Management, the only nationally accredited court management program in the country, upon completing the National Center for State Courts Court Executive Development Program in 1999. A certified paralegal, Diane has provided support for many attorneys and judges in Cobb County. She was certified as a Public Manager in 1997 having received her Certificate of Local Government Management from the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government. In 2004, Diane received the Trumpet Award for Elected Officials from the Cobb County Republican Women’s Club.
A graduate of the Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Cobb program, Diane is an active community volunteer. She was named Member of the Year by the Cobb County Legal Secretaries Association and Woman of the Year by the American Business Women's Association. Diane is also actively involved in the American Heart Association, Cobb County Republican Women's Club, and Leadership Cobb.
A resident of Cobb County for over 44 years, Diane lives in West Cobb with her husband, John, and two sons, Brian and Brandon.
Angie Davis, Chief Deputy Clerk
Angie Davis was sworn in as Chief Deputy Clerk of the State Court of Cobb County on December 29, 1999, after serving as Clerk and Court Administrator of the Cobb County Magistrate Court.
Angie attended Cobb County public schools before receiving her Bachelors Degree in English from Georgia Southern University in 1991. In 1996, she received her Masters in Public Administration from Kennesaw State University. She received a Certificate of Local Government Management in 1998 from the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government. Angie was also designated a Fellow of the Institute for Court Management, the only nationally accredited court management program in the country, upon completing the National Center for State Court’s Court Executive Development Program in 1999.
Angie formerly served on the Executive Committee of the Georgia Council of Court Administrators and was formerly a state-registered mediator through the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. She has conducted training in Mediation and Communication Skills at Georgia State University and Kennesaw State University.
A graduate of the Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Cobb class of 1998, Angie is past Vice-President of the Cobb County Republican Women's Club and was a nominee for the YWCA Tribute to Women of Achievement in 1996. She is a founding member of 10 Women of Hope, a local non-profit which assists single mothers experiencing a financial emergency. A resident of Cobb County for over 30 years, Angie and her husband, Shawn, live in West Cobb County with their two daughters.