Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet declared Sept. 7 that Janet Romanchyk has been appointed the county government’s main economic officer and director of the Division of Finance and Spending plan efficient immediately.
Romanchyk has been serving as acting CFO and performing director of the division, having earlier served as deputy CFO and deputy director of the division given that 2019. She took on the performing director position when her predecessor, Erin McLellan, was named an assistant county administrator on March 26, 2020.
“Janet provides both expertise and a deep heritage with the county to her new situation as CFO,” Hemstreet mentioned. “During her career with Loudoun County, she has performed a essential part in numerous of our most vital money transactions and is fully commited to preserving fiscal duty and stewardship of tax bucks.”
As Loudoun County CFO, Romanchyk will oversee the county’s economical approach and functions. In addition, she will oversee the setting up, directing, coordinating and supervising of the county’s budgeting, capital advancement arranging, prolonged-expression economical scheduling, accounting, auditing, income stream, funds funding, payroll and procurement.
Romanchyk joined the county government as the controller in 2011. She was appointed director of what was then the Division of Finance and Procurement in 2017. That department merged with the Department of Administration and Funds to grow to be the latest Division of Finance and Finances in 2019.
Prior to coming to Loudoun County, Romanchyk was a spending plan analyst for the Fauquier County school procedure just before moving to the Fauquier County government as assistant finance director in 2004 and turning into finance director in 2009. Right before that, she was the financial manager for Oswego County Opportunities, a nonprofit business, in Fulton, New York.
Romanchyk is also treasurer of the Virginia Authorities Finance Officers Affiliation.
She holds bachelor’s diploma in accounting and general public justice from Empire Condition Faculty in New York and the Condition University of New York at Oswego, and a master’s degree in community administration from George Mason College.