OSWEGO, ILL. – The Village of Oswego has employed Andrea Lamberg to function its new finance director to supervise the Village’s funds. Lamberg started her position with the Village on Could 20.
Lamberg brings greater than 20 years of expertise within the monetary business, together with 15 years in authorities monetary administration. Because the Village’s finance director, Lamberg takes accountability for compiling the Village’s annual price range for Board overview and adoption, completion of the annual audit, and total administration of the Village’s monetary property. Lamberg takes the position from retiring finance director Mark Horton.
“I’m honored to serve the residents and companies of the Village of Oswego as their subsequent Finance Director,” Lamberg stated. “Mark has executed an excellent job creating and sustaining a stable monetary basis – one dedicated to integrity, transparency, accuracy, and timeliness. Alongside the distinctive finance group Mark constructed, I’ll proceed this work to make sure the Village’s ongoing monetary stability.”
Lamberg was most just lately the finance director for the Village of Hinsdale. Beforehand, she served the Metropolis of Park Ridge for practically a decade, together with as finance director, and the Village of Lincolnwood and Brown County, Wisc. Lamberg has obtained the Authorities Finance Officer’s Affiliation awards for Excellence in Monetary Reporting and Distinguished Price range Presentation. Lamberg, who’s a licensed public accountant, obtained her diploma from the College of Wisconsin-Inexperienced Bay.
“Andrea brings a wealth of expertise that may serve Oswego as we face a lot of our most instant challenges, together with funding a brand new water supply and investing in our infrastructure,” Village President Troy Parlier stated. “The Village’s monetary administration shall be in wonderful palms.”
“It’s an thrilling time to affix the management group and work with them to create a roadmap for Village operations, define of future capital funding initiatives, and a monetary plan for the Village’s future,” Lamberg stated.