Agnes Chappell (D)

Jefferson County Circuit Court Place 23

Agnes Chappell

Date of birth: Jan. 28, 1952; age 64

Residence: Birmingham

Political experience: Ran for District Court judge, 2000, and Circuit Court judge, 2010. Professional experience: Judge, Birmingham Municipal Court, 2002-present; special Circuit Court judge, Jefferson County Family Court, 1999-2002; senior trial referee, Jefferson County Family Court, 1983-2002; private practice, Brown, Chappell and Burrell, 1981-1983; managing attorney/staff attorney, Birmingham Area Legal Services, 1977-1980; officer in the Magic City Bar Association and Alabama Lawyers Judicial Council. Education: University of Alabama School of Law, juris doctorate, 1976; University of Alabama, bachelor’s, 1973. Civic experience: Board member, The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham, 2008-2014; board member, Momentum Alumni Program, 2011-present; advisory board member, Paul Jones Art Collection; Jefferson County Family Violence Coordinated Response Steering Committee, 2007-present; city of Birmingham Revitalization and Policing Steering Committee, 2010-present; state Statutory Committee for Domestic Violence, 2009-2013; founder and board president, New Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church Community Support Corp., 2007-present; board of directors, Bethel Learning Center, 2009-present.

Carnella Greene-Norman (D)

Jefferson County Circuit Court Place 23

Carnella Greene-Norman

Date of birth: October 1950; age 65

Residence: Birmingham

Political experience: Special circuit judge, 2013-present; District Court judge, 2012-present; ran for District Court judge Place 3, 2012; ran for Circuit Court judge Place 23, 2010. Professional experience: President, Municipal Judges Association; District Court judge, 2012-present; private practice, The Norman Law Firm, 2002-2012; Birmingham Municipal Court judge, 1992-2002; Hilliard, Burns and Norman, P.C., 1989-1992; mediator; adjunct law professor, Miles Law School. Civic experience: Co-chair, Membership Committee, Citizens Advisory Committee of REV; committee member, The Women’s Network; member of Leadership Alabama and Leadership Birmingham; officer in the Neighborhood Association and Airport Hills Community; member of Children’s Policy Council; member, Community Education Committee Inns of Court. Education: Miles Law School, juris doctorate, 1984; Birmingham Southern college, bachelor’s, 1972; studied at John F. Kennedy School of Government, University of Nevada at Reno and Alabama Judicial College. Top contributors: Waldrep, Stewart & Kendrick LLC, $500; Dukes and Dames, $300; Mary and Katheree Hughes, $250; Melvin Humes, $250; The Larkin Law Firm, P.C., $250.