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eldp-white Abigail Reyes

Guam participant location , Guam

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Abigail Reyes serves as a Staff Assistant under Guam Governor Eddie Calvo's Chief Fiscal Advisor. Prior to assuming her current position, Abigail served in both in the private and the public sector. From 2008 to 2011, Abigail was a Business Banking Officer for Bank of Hawaii, managing a portfolio of approximately 200 small business clients on Guam and assisting them with their financing and restructuring needs. Prior to that, Abigail served four years from 2004 to 2008 as a Senior Budget and Finance Analyst for the Office of Finance and Budget, under the Committee of Ways and Means, chaired by then-Senator Calvo, in the 28th and 29th Guam Legislature. As a Staff Assistant, Abigail conducts the training program on revenue tracking and forecasting for the technical staff. She also conducts research and analysis on financing options, coordinates and facilitates meetings to resolve budgetary and fiscal concerns, prepares recommendations on proposed fiscal policies and issues, and conducts special analysis for the Fiscal Stabilization and Sustainability Plan of the Government of Guam. Abigail was also appointed as the Executive Director of the newly established Performance Based Management System (PBMS) Executive Steering Committee for the Government of Guam. This committee will be responsible for ensuring the continuous progress towards a government-wide PBMS implementation by setting PBMS policy and providing oversight to the implementation process. Abigail earned a Bachelor's Degree in Finance and Economics, cum laude, from the University of Guam in 2004. Abigail is also affiliated with community-focused groups such as the Guam Young Professionals and the Rotary Club of the Marianas.

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