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Arizona Court Executive (ACE)  

 
Eligibility: 
Senior level managers, court or probation executives or participants completing ACM are eligible to apply for admission to the Arizona Court Executive (ACE) program.

Admission: Participants must first apply for admission to the Arizona Court Executive (ACE) program. Admission requires approval of one’s court or department head—typically the presiding judge, chief probation officer, juvenile court center director, clerk of the court or superior court administrator. 

 

ACE Application

To register for the Arizona Court Executive series, you must fill out and submit the
 Registration Application


Curriculum: A combination of six National Center for State Courts, (NCSC) Institute for Court Management (ICM) Courses and in-class Arizona specific AZ PLUS courses. Once admitted, participants can register online for calendared classes two months prior to class start date. Only program participants receive notification of scheduled classes. 

 

AOC EMPLOYEES

To register for the Arizona Court Executive series, you must fill out and submit the
 AOC Staff Application

 

Program Requisite:

ACE participants are required to complete a minimum of one class each 12 months following admittance into the ACE program in order to remain active participants in the program.  Inactive participants will be removed from the program 12 months following notification of inactivity. 

  
At this time there is no cost to attend these classes. Classes are held at the Judicial Education Center in Phoenix and travel costs are the responsibility of the participant or their court.   

Certified Court Executive Certification: Participants who want the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) ICM Certified Court Executive (CCE) certificate pay a $50 per class fee to the NCSC. Fees can be paid by check, credit card or purchase requisition. Click here for the ICM Payment Authorization form.

   National Center for State Courts



ARIZONA COURT EXECUTIVE
Class of 2013



Graduates: (alph order, not seating)

Hon. Kimberly Corsaro, Superior Court in Santa Cruz County

Jessica Cortes, Flagstaff Municipal Court

Darenda Day, Superior/Kearny Justice Court

Martie Delgadillo, Superior Court in Coconino County

Mary Ellen Dunlap. Superior Court in Cochise County

C. Rolf Eckel, Superior Court in Yavapai County

Shelly Fulcher, Apache Junction Municipal Court

Nicole Zoe Garcia, Superior Court in Maricopa County

Nancy Hinojos, Hayden Municipal Court

Brenda Jordan, Peoria Municipal Court

Dyani Juarez, Casa Grande City Court

Hon. Christine Kelly, Maricopa County Clerk of the Superior Court

Diana Dominguez-Kutcher, Flagstaff Municipal Court

Karen Lavelle, Surprise City Court

Michael Malone, Phoenix Municipal Court

Raquel Ortega, Eloy Municipal Court

Eloise Price, Superior Court in Gila County

Laura Real, Kearny Municipal Court

Lois Rees, Maricopa County Clerk of the Superior Court

Maria Rodriguez, Surprise City Court

Abril Ruiz-Ortega, Avondale City Court

Anita Salisbury, Yuma County Adult Probation

Christine Thatcher, Pima Municipal Court

Johnny Tse, Superior Court in Maricopa County

James Vance, Maricopa County Justice Court

Debora Wells-Guevara, Maricopa County Clerk of the Superior Court

Carol Westwood, Superior Court in Maricopa County

Sharon Yates, Superior Court in Coconino County