• Clerk to the Legislature     

    Mrs. Shernette Wolffe 

    The Clerk to the LegislatureEmail: swolffe@parliament.bm  

    Mrs. Shernette Wolffe matriculated from universities in Canada, the United States and France, where she obtained undergraduate degrees in French and Education as well as a Master of Science Degree in Library Service. 

    Previously, as an Educator, Shernette taught French and English in the public schools and was the former Head of Library Services at CedarBridge Academy. She has also worked at the Atlanta Fulton Public Library and the Bermuda National Library. 

    As Clerk to the Legislature at the House of Assembly, Shernette is primarily responsible for providing authoritative advice on procedural matters to the Speaker and Members of the Parliament. In addition, she provides procedural advice and services to Parliamentary Committees. Another aspect of her duties is supervising Youth Parliament which meets every Wednesday at the House of Assembly. Mrs. Wolffe has participated in numerous overseas Commonwealth Parliamentary Conferences. Most recently she participated in a Parliamentary Officers’ Study Program at the Parliament of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario.  

    Mrs. Wolffe has always had an interest in current affairs and politics; hence her reason for working at the House of Assembly. In her spare time she likes to take massages or relax as the "art of doing nothing" is soothing to the soul. She also likes to travel, read and enjoys her monthly book club meetings with the reading club "Our Passion". Cooking is her ultimate "passion".