Salt Lake City–After 42 years of service to Utah’s taxpayers, Legislative Auditor General John M. Schaff is retiring. In a letter announcing his plans to retire, Mr. Schaff, who has led the 28-person staff of the Office of the Legislative Auditor General since 2004, described his career with the Legislature as “a grand experience.” John Schaff’s retirement will be effective November 30, 2018. Meanwhile, the process has begun for hiring his replacement. The Legislative Audit Subcommittee, which is co-chaired by the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, is currently seeking applicants for the position. Applicants must be a Licensed Certified Public Accountant or Certified Internal Auditor, have at least five years of experience in performance auditing in the private or public accounting profession or the equivalent prior to appointment and must hold a master’s degree in a related business field. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume and references to email@example.com no later than September 16, 2018, by 5:00 p.m.
my529, Utah’s official and only college savings plan, has named Bryn Ramjoue’ as its Marketing Director. Ms. Ramjoue’ was most recently at Red Butte Garden, where she served as Director of Communications since 2009. Ms. Ramjoue’ graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications, and she earned a Master of Science in Management from Antioch University. She is an instructor for University of Utah Professional Education, founder of Smart Women in Marketing (SWIM), and a former Salt Lake Chamber Champion. Ramjoue’ was named one of Utah Business’ 40 under 40, and is the former President of the American Advertising Federation, Utah Chapter. In her new role, Ms. Ramjoue’ seeks to increase awareness on the value and ease of saving for education.