Apryl Vialet

Apryl Vialet currently serves as the Senior Federal Grants Specialist for the Federal Grants Specialized Unit within the Office of Management and Budget of the Virgin Islands. Ms. Vialet is responsible for ensuring that the Federal funds distributed among the territory follows Federal and local laws, policies, and procedures. Prior to joining the Office of Management and Budget, VI, Ms. Vialet served as an Accountant III at the Virgin Islands Board of Education for seven years. Among other tasks, she was responsible for performing monthly reconciliations, payroll, accounts payables and budget controls. Ms. Vialet serves as an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated and the Students Promoting Awareness, Responsibility, Knowledge and Service Youth Group (S.P.A.R.K.S.) program. Ms. Vialet holds a Bachelor of Science in the School of Business with an emphasis in Accounting from Hampton University, and recently graduated with a Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of the Virgin Islands.


Other Participants of ELDP USVI 2019

Anissa Lindquist
Jacquiel Fredericks
Rashown Soldiew
Yvette Jackson

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