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Leigh Powers Boan - Probate Judge

 

       

 

Leigh Powers Boan is a lifelong resident of Georgetown County.  She is married

to Jason P. Boan and they reside in Pawleys Island, SC with their three children.

Judge Boan is the daughter of Ann L. Powers and the late Jackie S. Powers, and

has one sister and two brothers, all of whom are residents of

Georgetown County.

 

Judge Boan graduated from the University of South Carolina in 1996 with a

degree in Marketing and Business Information Systems. She received her

Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina, School of Law, in 2000 and was admitted to the

South Carolina Bar the same year.


   Judge Boan began her legal career as Law Clerk to the Honorable Paula H. Thomas of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit.  She then practiced law with the Bagnal Law Firm for 3 years before joining McNair Law Firm, P.A. in June 2004, where she practiced until joining the Bench.  In addition to the South Carolina Bar, she is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court and the United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.

 

Judge Boan is an active member of Prince George Winyah Church in Georgetown and has served as Board Member and Treasurer of the Georgetown County School of Arts and Sciences, past President of the Georgetown County Literacy Council, and former Board Member of the Georgetown Performing Dance Arts Foundation.

 

 

 


Alma Y. White - Clerk of Court

Alma Y. White began her tenure as Clerk of Court January 2001. Previously employed as a public school teacher for almost 21 years, Ms. White attended Howard High School and graduated from Winyah High School in 1971. She graduated from Claflin College (Orangeburg, S.C.) in 1975 and later completed her graduate studies at Coastal Carolina University (Conway) and the University of South Carolina (Columbia).

While working for Georgetown County School District, Ms. White served as a member of Georgetown City Council from 1990 to 2000. During her tenure, she served as Mayor Pro Tem.