Sarah Duffy Cammock named Cuyahoga DD's General Counsel

Sarah Duffy Cammock joined Cuyahoga DD’s leadership team on November 9, 2020 as the agency’s general counsel, preparing to fulfill the duties of Chuck Corea, current in-house attorney, and Noelle Tsevdos, current risk manager and EEO/ADA coordinator. Both Corea and Tsevdos retire at the end of the year. Among a wide range of duties, Cammock will be responsible for contract review, Board-related legal matters, interactions with Probate Court, labor relations, and EEO/ADA compliance.

In announcing her appointment, Superintendent and CEO Kelly Petty stated, “Sarah brings a blend of relevant knowledge and experience to the agency. Her expertise in contract negotiations and federal, state and local statutes will support a seamless transition and help the agency progress in new directions. I look forward to her joining our team and helping us continue to advance our mission.”

Prior to Cuyahoga DD, Cammock served as general counsel to a network of eight companies managing legal risk and compliance programs and negotiating a range of contracts. She served for five years in various counsel roles with the Cuyahoga County Department of Law, acting as general business counsel across county leadership and representing the county in real estate transactions. Cammock also has experience as an associate attorney and law clerk with a private law firm in Cleveland where she assisted nonprofit agencies and represented clients before state and federal government agencies.

Cammock holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Kalamazoo College and Juris Doctor from Case Western Reserve University.

A Bay Village resident, Cammock lives with her husband and two young sons. In her spare time, she enjoys serving as a volunteer attorney for the Hospice of the Western Reserve.