We are delighted to welcome Kim Pulley as the new Granville School District assistant treasurer. Mrs. Pulley was approved during the June 26 Granville Board of Education regular meeting. Her official start date was August 1.
Mrs. Pulley has more than 20 years of governmental accounting and auditing experience. Her last position was as treasurer and CFO of Johnstown-Monroe Local School District in Johnstown, Ohio. With her strong background in governmental accounting, she brings with her a proven ability to manage large budgets, analyze data trends to prepare multi-year forecasts and model different scenarios, work collaboratively with third-party vendors, school administrative and leadership teams, and work with all sections of school district audits.
"I am honored to join the Granville Schools team and be able to contribute to the continued growth and success of our schools," said Mrs. Pulley. "I am excited to collaborate with the dedicated professionals in the district who ensure the efficient financial operations that support our mission of providing an exceptional education to every student."
Mrs. Pulley has served as a state auditor, tax administrator, and fiscal officer in her previous roles. In addition, she has performed human resources functions, such as hiring, onboarding of new employees, reporting to government agencies and pension systems, as well as benefits administration.
“I am very excited for Kim to join the team,” said Treasurer Brittany Treolo. “Her experience and expertise will allow us to better serve the students, staff, and community of Granville Schools, while continuing to be fiscally responsible.”
Mrs. Pulley has a Bachelor of Arts in Public Accounting and Business from Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio, with minors in Economics, History, and French. and has obtained her Treasurer’s license.
“As assistant treasurer, Kim will work alongside our district treasurer to support and maintain the financial health of our district, said Superintendent Jeff Brown. “She will help to ensure that resources are appropriately allocated to support the educational needs of our students and the goals of each of our schools.”
Mrs. Pulley resides in Nashport with her husband and two daughters.