WOODSTOCK — Amy Dill has been appointed Shenandoah County’s director of finance, the county announced in a push release.
Her career duties will incorporate overseeing many county economical functions, which includes money reporting, budgeting, payroll, accounts payable, debt management, procurement and threat management.
Dill is currently utilized by the Town of Woodstock, where by she commenced as finance director in 2019 ahead of becoming promoted to deputy town manager in 2021.
According to the release, Dill has extensive pertinent finance and accounting knowledge owning worked at Shentel, Shenandoah College and the City of Staunton. She retains a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s diploma in small business administration with a general public administration graduate certification from Liberty College, the release suggests. She is at present pursuing a doctorate in general public administration through Liberty University.
“I have a honest want to provide Shenandoah County in this capacity and am fired up for this new opportunity. I search forward to comprehending the financial demands and priorities of the County and advancing greatest procedures to positively impact the County and assist vital strategic initiatives,” Dill said in the release.
Dill’s will start off as Shenandoah County’s finance director May perhaps 9.
“Ms. Dill is a incredibly extraordinary finance professional. Her working experience and reputation attained with Woodstock will serve her properly inside our corporation. We appear ahead to her becoming a member of our crew,” County Administrator Evan Vass explained in the release.