Welcome the Town of Clayton, North Carolina

Town Manager – Adam Lindsay

Deputy Town Manager Nancy Medlin

Adam Lindsay joined the Town of Clayton in September 2016 with nearly 14 years of local government experience. Raised in a big family in the Greensboro area, Lindsay was the sixth of eight kids. Lindsay married his wife, Leighanna, while studying at Brigham Young University and, when the new couple was looking for a place to start a family of their own, they wasted no time moving home to their native North Carolina. Lindsay transferred to N.C. State University, where in 2003 he graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in communications. In 2005, he earned a Master of Public Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While pursuing his master’s, Lindsay also gained professional experience serving the Town of Holly Springs as a project analyst from 2003 to 2005. Lindsay joined Rockingham County in December 2005 as a budget and performance manager, and in February 2010 he assumed the post of strategic management director. In 2013, Lindsay took his most recent job as assistant manager of Southern Pines. “I am enjoying getting to know people in the Clayton area, being part of the good things already started here and continuing to make it better,” Lindsay said.

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Call 919-553-5002

Deputy Town Manager – Nancy Medlin

Deputy Town Manager Nancy Medlin

Nancy Medlin was hired as the Finance Director in 1998 after spending eight years in the North Carolina Department of State Treasurer’s Office. Her accomplishments as Finance Director have been invaluable to the Town. She is credited with helping the Town improve its financial rating with Standard & Poor’s from A to AA, a major achievement. For eight years straight, she earned the finance profession’s highest award, the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association. In 2008, she was promoted to Deputy Town Manager and currently supervises the Finance, Customer Service, Information Technology and Library Departments. She is a graduate of North Carolina State University and holds a B.A. in Accounting. From June to September 2016, Medlin stepped up and served Clayton as Interim Town Manager while the Town Council searched for a new manager.

Email Nancy Medlin
Call 919-553-5002

Town Clerk – Kimberly Moffett

Deputy Town Manager Nancy Medlin

Kimberly Moffett joined the Town of Clayton in October of 2014, after serving for almost four years right down U.S. 70 as the Town of Garner's Deputy Town Clerk. A native of New York, Moffett started her career in municipal government with the police department in Suffolk County, N.Y. where she worked as a stenographer for 16 years before moving to the Southeast. She made great community contacts in Clayton when she took a job working for the Clayton Chamber of Commerce in 2007 and she says she's excited to be back in the "Town she loves." Moffett acts as the liaison between the Mayor & Town Council, Town staff and the public. Her primary duties include: attendance at all Council meetings; preparation of agendas for Council meetings; preparation of minutes of the actions of the Council; preparation of notices of Council meetings and public hearings; preparation and publishing of Town ordinances, resolutions; custodian of records and legal documents pertaining to the Town; and administration of oaths of office. Moffett's husband Bud is a photographer and musician and her teenage son Cody keeps her busy when she's not wrangling up Clayton's elected officials.  

Email Kimberly Moffett
Call 919-359-9334

Public Information Officer (PIO) – Stacy Beard

Deputy Town Manager Nancy Medlin

Often seen around Town armed with both a still camera, a video camera AND an iPad, Public Information Officer Stacy Beard is charged with keeping the public informed about all that’s going on (and there’s a LOT going on these days!). She joined our staff in the Fall of 2012 and is the Town’s first-ever PIO. She manages the Town’s new user-friendly website, all social media outlets, media requests/relations, and writes and produces content for the Town’s 24-hour public access channel, Town of Clayton TV. Stacy enjoys telling Clayton’s story and engaging the public because it’s an extension of her former life as a TV reporter. She spent 15 years reporting for network affiliates from the wilds of Montana to most recently at WRAL-TV in Raleigh. In fact, it was several months into her job here in Clayton that Stacy learned she had won a prestigious Edward R. Murrow award for her reporting.  Stacy escaped TV to spend more time with her husband Cory, son Spencer, and Labrador Wrigley who loves walking Clayton’s greenways, but she's realizing she's busier than ever!

Email Stacy Beard
Call 919-358-0348

Town Attorney – Parker Poe

Deputy Town Manager Nancy Medlin

The Town Attorney is Katherine Ross. She is a Partner with the firm Parker Poe and specializes in Government and Public Policy. The Town Attorney attends all Council meetings and advises the Council on a full range of legal matters. The Town Attorney also acts as Legislative liaison for the Town with the North Carolina General Assembly. Ms. Ross is a member of the North Carolina Bar, and a graduate of Davidson College, acquiring her BA degree in 1997 and her JD in 2008.

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