Governor Walker Appoints Tiffany Ringer as Wood County Register of Deeds
Ms. Ringer is currently a case manager for the Wood County Child Support Agency.
MADISON – Governor Scott Walker appointed Tiffany Ringer today as the Register of Deeds for Wood County. Ms. Ringer is currently a case manager for the Wood County Child Support Agency and is filling a vacancy created by the departure of Susan Ginter.
“Tiffany Ringer has served the residents of Wood County for the better part of the past decade,” said Governor Walker. “Her experience as a case manager for the Wood County Child Support Agency makes her uniquely qualified to provide continued support and services to families throughout the local community as Register of Deeds.”
During her time as case manager, Ms. Ringer has spearheaded the agency’s collaboration between Wood County Child Support and the Department of Human Services. She assisted customers in their efforts to obtain employment through various Children First and Food Share employment and training programs to ensure family needs were met. In addition to serving the Wood County Child Support Agency, Ms. Ringer has been actively involved in the Child Support Enforcement Association on the state and national level.
Ms. Ringer studied business at the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point in addition to business administration at Upper Iowa University. She is currently pursuing a degree in Business Management from Mid-State Technical College.
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