Sherlyn Reynold currently serves as a Budget Analyst for Chuuk State Department of Education. Her duties include performing specialized and technical work in the development, maintenance, and analysis of assigned department budgets; monitoring budget expenditures and keeping administrators current regarding spending levels and budget activity; consulting administrators and department personnel in the development of various budgets and preparation of various forms; preparing financial projections and forecasts for project funding, expenditure levels, and salary and benefit costs for assigned department programs; and attending assigned meetings, conferences, and budget hearings. She is also in charge of conducting and coordinating budget trainings/workshops for teachers and principals as well as technical staff at the Central Office.
Prior to working with the Chuuk State Department of Education, Sherlyn worked for the Bank of Guam - Chuuk Branch as a Credits Associate, where she was in charge of processing and approval of loans, and assisting Management during audits or branch visits from Headquarters representatives.
Sherlyn holds a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Park University and is currently pursuing her MBA. As a graduate of the High School of the Pacific, Sherlyn is fortunate to have already built strong connections and formed relationships with those from all over the Pacific - FSM, Marshall Islands, Palau, Samoa, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Hawaii-and is looking forward to expanding her circle of friends/connections at the 2019 Executive Leadership Development Program.
When she's not in the office, Sherlyn spends her time at home with her little family - her wonderful nine-month old son Tyrone and husband Shawn. During her free time, she likes to help assist high school juniors and seniors with FAFSA and college applications.
Other Participants of ELDP Pacific Class of 2019
American Samoa participant Crystal Simanu represented the 2019 class of the Graduate School USA’s Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP). Twenty-four participants from throughout the U.S. affiliated insular areas represented the … [more]
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]