Marilyn Rosetti, Florida Auditor Generals Office
Whether it's chairing a FGFOA
committee, speaking at the annual conference, or answering questions from individual FGFOA members, Marilyn
is always busy doing her
best to promote the improvement of governmental accounting, auditing, and financial reporting, and the efficient use of government resources.
Marilyn graduated from Florida State University in 1983 and went to work for the Auditor General's Office in Tallahassee.
Marilyn was promoted to Audit Supervisor in June 2005 and to Audit Manager in March 2008.
areas of responsibility include the review of audit reports submitted pursuant by local governments, district school boards, charter schools, and nonprofit and for-profit organizations; the local government financial reporting system performance audit and other statewide local government-related projects; audits of local governments and nonprofit organizations; audits of organizations associated with the judicial branch of State government, including the Clerks
of Court Operations Corporation; and update of Chapters 10.550, 10.650, 10.700, 10.800, and 10.850, Rules of the Auditor General
provides assistance to local governments and their auditors on a variety of accounting, auditing, and financial reporting issues.
is also responsible for monitoring legislation that impacts local governments and their auditors.
was instrumental in developing a local government financial condition monitoring system and is responsible for maintaining local government financial condition assessment procedures and data on the Auditor General's
has been a regular speaker at the FGFOA's
annual conference for several years and has spoken at other FGFOA functions such as the School of Government Finance and local chapter meetings.
In addition to providing updates on Auditor General activities, Marilyn has spoken on a wide array of topics, such as clerk of the court budget requirements, deteriorating financial conditions, and transparency.
has also written articles for the FGFOA Newsletter.
Marilyn has served on the FGFOA's Small Government Committee the last two years.
leadership as chair of the 2009-10 Small Government Committee
, the Committee completed 10 sections of the Small Government Resource Manual, an extraordinary accomplishment!
Marilyn also served on the FGFOA's Technical Resources Committee for two years, chairing that committee for one of those years.
is also slated to be Chair of the FICPA's 2011-12 State and Local Government Steering Committee
is an ardent supporter of the Florida State Seminoles and, despite her
heavy work schedule, finds time to attend FSU football and basketball games on a regular basis.
is also a fitness buff, and often spends time in the gym before starting her