San Joaquin County Superior Court Appoints New Court Executive Officer

Stockton, CA —  The Judges of the San Joaquin County Superior Court are pleased to  announce the appointment of Stephanie Bohrer to the position of Court Executive Officer (CEO).  Ms. Bohrer replaces Brandon E. Riley, who recently left the Court to become the Court Executive Officer of the San Francisco County Superior Court. 

Ms. Bohrer has served the San Joaquin County Superior Court since 2005, and has extensive experience in all aspects of court administration and operations.  She most recently served as the Assistant Court Executive Officer (ACEO) where she directed court operations, including the clerk’s offices, courtroom operations, interpreter and jury services, and self-help. During her tenure as ACEO, she also served as the Court’s chief labor negotiator and Public Information Officer.  Additionally, Ms. Bohrer served as the Court’s Human Resources Manager for four years and was responsible for the human resource needs of 340 employees and subordinate judicial officers. For nearly ten years, she was a Court Management Analyst and served as the Court’s Public Information Officer, supervised jury operations, managed the civil mediation program, and was the case coordinator for the Unified Family Court. 

Ms. Bohrer holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and Sociology from the University of California, Davis and a Graduate Certificate in Judicial Administration from California State University, Sacramento.

Ms. Bohrer will assume the role of CEO immediately.  “Stephanie’s wealth of knowledge and experience in court administration and operations will be invaluable as she takes on her new position at the Court.  I am  confident she will do an excellent job,” said Presiding Judge Michael D. Coughlan.

“I am truly honored and excited for the opportunity to serve the Court in this new role, and continue to work closely with judges, court staff, and our justice partners to provide access to justice for all citizens of San Joaquin County,” said Ms. Bohrer.