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705 Bell St.
I have 18 years of financial experience including work in banks, accounting offices and our local Drivers’ License Office. In these positions I was responsible for balancing budgets, making deposits and creating financial reports. I also have accrued 10 years of experience in supervisory positions, supervising, recruiting and training both paid and volunteer staff. I have a degree in Biblical Studies and extensive on the job training that will be beneficial in this new position.
I believe every aspect of this office is important, including managing the county’s finances, human resources, financial reporting and budgeting. We currently have a well trained staff that successfully handles the day to day business of the office. We will continue to provide education so that the office maintains its current level of efficiency.
Laws and regulations are constantly being updated and revised with regards to human resources, budgeting, county investments, financial reporting, benefits, etc. This office will continue to stay on top of any issues that may arise and will make sure that we meet the needs of each Gillespie County department so they can continue doing their jobs with excellence.
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115 South Oak Trail
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
I have a B.B.A. in Accounting from The University of Texas at Austin and am a Certified Public Accountant. I am employed with the Gillespie County Auditor’s Office as an Assistant Auditor. I have gained a strong understanding of county operations, regulations, budgeting, and the requirements for being County Treasurer. Previous experience includes an extensive banking background as a regulator and Vice President of Operations and Human Resource Director for a growing financial///
The County Treasurer is chief custodian of all county funds. This responsibility requires a strong understanding of the General, Road and Bridge, and Special funds in order to receive revenues into the appropriate funds and disburse monies out of the appropriate funds. The County Treasurer is the Investment Officer, the Human Resource Director, and the liaison with all county depository banks. The Treasurer is also involved in the county budget process.
As with all Gillespie County offices, the most pressing problem is managing the growth that our county will experience over the next decade. As our county grows, the number of offices and employees will also grow, which will directly impact the workload of the Treasurer’s Office. I feel that my education and employment background will enable me to manage this growth in a prudent and fiscally responsible way.