In 2006 an Accountant position with the Sheriff’s Department allowed Ann to combine her passion for law enforcement with her over twenty years of accounting experience. In 2016, she was promoted to Administrative Services Manager (ASM) with the District Attorney’s Office, continuing her career with the County and in law enforcement.
Ann gained her knowledge of accounting from hard work, grit and Cuesta College. To aid her in bridging the gap between private sector and public governmental accounting, Ann attended the Intermediate Governmental Accounting course from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), making her well qualified for any government agency.
While attending the Sheriff’s Citizen Academy, Ann realized her passion for law enforcement, which she now brings to the District Attorney’s Office. She takes pride in her work that makes a difference every single day and that directly reflects her dedication to our community.
Ann is responsible for the fiscal and budgetary management of the District Attorney’s Office, which combines the development and preparation of the annual budget with continuously analyzing financial data and safeguarding the financial health of the organization. Ann also assumes responsibility for personnel and program / operational activities, and manages the business activities of the Department. Her management ensures a smooth and efficient flow of communication and information within the office.