Updated February 29, 2024
Jasmine Myazoe is the Chief Internal Auditor for the newly established Internal Audit division at the Ministry of Finance. Her responsibilities include developing the unit and its functions, liaising with external auditors, responding to audit findings related to the government, and providing possible solutions to the Ministry for improvement. Her other duties include compliance reviews of requested payments of sub-recipient contracts, and performing monitoring functions within the Ministry. Prior to transferring to the Ministry of Finance in 2021, Jasmine started her career with the Office of the Auditor-General as an Audit Supervisor in 2015 for the Financial and Compliance Audit division after being a student intern for three consecutive summer breaks during her college years.
After graduating high school from Robert M. Shoemaker High School in Texas, Jasmine attended the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, Kansas, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting in 2015.
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