Wayne E. Clinton, MS 
Story County Supervisor 

Wayne Clinton is a 47 year resident of Story County, Iowa. He and Edna, his wife of 50 years, are proud parents of three children and have seven granddaughters and two grandsons. A former Ames High School basketball coach and middle school Social Studies teacher, he served the Ames Community schools for 34 years. Mr. Clinton was elected to the Story County Board of Supervisors in 2000. During the last 13 years, he served as board chair on seven different occasions; he represents the county on numerous boards and commissions. Mr. Clinton’s statewide appointed committees include the Iowa Municipalities Workers’ Compensation Association Board of Trustees; he is a former member of the Juvenile Justice Advisory Council and state Mental Health Risk Pool Board. In 2010, while serving as chair of the Disproportionate Minority Contact Committee, he received an appointment to the Governor’s Implementation Committee, charged with reviewing recommendations from former Governor Culver’s Youth Race and Detention Task Force, which provided quarterly reports to the Governor. In 2010, he received an appointment to the National Association of Counties Environment, Energy, and Land use Steering Committee. In 2012, he received an appointment to the Regional Health Equity Council (RHEC VII). In 2013, he served as President of the Iowa Association of Counties Supervisors Affiliate and will serve on the Iowa Association of Counties Board of Directors for 2014. Mr. Clinton is a native of St. Louis, Missouri and received a B.S. in Education in 1966 and an M.A. in Physical Education in 1969 from NE Missouri State (currently Truman State University).