As part of our Character Education Program, Elberton Education Center is excited to welcome Ms. Cynthia Wilkins on Thursday, April 14, to speak to and share her experiences in law enforcement with our students. Ms. Wilkins is a former Sergeant (Inmate Needs) with the Clarke County Sheriff’s Office, Jail Section. She retired in January 2014 after 19 years of service. She also served as Clarke County Sheriff’s Office Chaplain during her last 7 years with the agency. Ms. Wilkins, an ordained minister, continues to serve in the role as volunteer Chaplain with the Clarke County Sheriff’s Office. Additionally, she serves as a volunteer with the Northeast Georgia Council for Domestic Violence. A 1987 graduate of Elbert County Comprehensive Adult High School, Ms. Wilkins attended Athens Technical and Truett McConnell Colleges, and also graduated from Living Water Training Center Bible College, Anderson S.C., in 2012. She currently resides in Hart County.