Elina Paul is currently working at the FSM National Public Auditor's Office, which enables her to conduct audits in order to recommend improvements, accountability and efficiency in the government operations and hold the FSM government accountable for its citizens. In this capacity, Elina is responsible for determining if national department and agencies are in compliance with legal requirements, and providing recommendations to improve financial records and/or related systems, procedures or internal controls in order for the departments and agencies to be legally compliant.
Elina graduated from Saramen Chuuk. Academy in Chuuk., FSM in 1999 and later attended Chaminade University of Honolulu. Elina later pursued her education at the University of Phoenix and obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and her Master's in Business Management.
Other Participants of ELDP Pacific 2017
Marshall Islands participant Junior Paul represented the 2017 class of the Graduate School USA’s Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP). Twenty-two participants from throughout the U.S. affiliated insular areas represented the … [more]
CNMI participant Frankie Eliptico represented the 2015 class of the Graduate School USA’s Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP). Twenty-two (22) participants from throughout the U.S. affiliated insular areas represented the … [more]
The Executive Leadership Development Program completed graduation ceremonies in Honolulu, Hawaii on Friday, June 14, 2013. Twenty participants completed the program, representing American Samoa, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, … [more]
Twenty (20) participants from throughout the insular areas represented the 2011 graduating class of the Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP). ELDP graduation ceremonies were held on May 8, 2011, at the East-West … [more]
Calvert Birmingham was selected to represent the graduating class of the Graduate School USA’s Executive Leadership Program this past summer. Calvert currently works with the US Virgin Islands’ Department of … [more]