March 18, 2021 10:00 am - 11:15 am
Featuring Special Guests:
Rebecca Rhynhart, Philadelphia’s City Controller
Rebecca Rhynhart made history when she was sworn in as the first woman elected City Controller for the City of Philadelphia in 2018. She brings private sector experience and nearly a decade of government service to the role of chief auditor and financial watchdog for the City of Philadelphia.
Since taking office, Controller Rhynhart has pressed the City to strengthen its financial management through annual audits of internal controls over financial reporting and City departments. She has been vocal on important issues affecting
Philadelphia, like gun violence, sexual misconduct, the procurement process for the City’s new voting systems, and the diversity of the City’s workforce. Under her leadership, the office is committed to transparency and regularly releases data sets about City spending, as well as analyses of City finances and public policy.
Jason Salus, Montgomery County Treasurer
Jason Salus has brought private-sector financial acumen to the office of Treasurer, identifying new sources of revenue to help balance the county budget, making smart investments, and reducing his own department’s budget. His pioneering delinquent property tax collection program for county government, school districts, and municipalities has helped keep the tax burden low at all three levels of local government. This initiative has generated millions of dollars each year by dramatically improving collection rates while saving the County, its school districts, and municipalities over $2 million in fees since inception.
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Our sponsor for this month’s Town Hall is AARP of Pennsylvania.
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