Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov has appointed Bonnie Moore to serve as the Chief Deputy Sarpy County Attorney.
Moore’s duties will include overseeing attorneys and staff in the Criminal, Civil, Child Support, Victim Witness and Diversion Divisions. She also will advise Sarpy County’s Board of Commissioners, elected officials and department heads on matters of legal compliance.
“Bonnie brings top-of-the-line legal skills to an important job, but beyond that, her proven record of organization and management abilities make her a perfect fit for Chief Deputy,” Polikov said. “Her leadership is a blend of good decision-making and inspiring others to do the best they can. She works hard and sets very high standards for our office where teamwork is critical to our success.”
Before assuming her new role, Moore served two years in the County Attorney’s Civil Division, then spent two years as the Sarpy County Human Resources Director. She returned to the County Attorney’s Office in January to be the Lead Attorney for the Civil Division.
“I’m looking forward to this new opportunity and continuing to serve the citizens of Sarpy County,” Moore said.
Moore received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska Omaha before attending the Creighton University School of Law. Her husband, Tyler, is a teacher with Papillion La Vista Community Schools.