Reynaldo (Rey) never intended to work for the government. While pursuing a Marketing degree at the University of Guam, an opportunity to work at the Department of Administrationâ€™s (DOA) accounting division as a messenger presented itself. Now, years later, which included a brief 10-year stint with the Attorney Generalâ€™s Office Child Support Division, Rey is a Management Analyst and is back at DOA, this time with his Marketing degree and a newfound appreciation for the words â€œservant of the publicâ€. As the newest member of the Financial Management System-wide Support and Control/Management Reports Unit, Rey is responsible for analyzing, reviewing and establishing federal and local accounts in compliance with federal and local laws. Rey also monitors and reviews Public Laws, as well as, works on budget adjustments for several departments assigned to his section. In addition, Rey is involved in the establishment of newly authorized Special Funds in the financial system and assist with the development and facilitation of training other departments and agencies about policies and procedures specific to the DOAâ€™s Division of Accounts.
Reynaldo has been a Board of Director for the Guam Community Health Centers for the last five years, and plans to continue to participate as a board member as his personal way of giving back to Guamâ€™s community.
Other Participants of ELDP Pacific 2011
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]