EVANSVILLE – Jasper Clerk-Treasurer Juanita Boehm received the 2017 Financial Management Award from Accelerate Indiana Municipalities (Aim). Boehm was honored during the Aim Presidents’ Reception on Wednesday, Oct. 11, at the Aim Ideas Summit in Evansville.

The Financial Management Award is given to a finance officer or administrator who has made outstanding achievements in fiscal management, financial recording and leadership in public service.

Boehm has served as Jasper’s clerk-treasurer since 1996. During her time in public office, she has built a strong track record for good fiscal management, earning high marks from the Indiana State Board of Accounts. Boehm also is active in her community. She established an endowment with the Dubois County Community Foundation to support palliative care and is a member of the Memorial Hospital Palliative Advisory Board. She also serves on the Dubois County Community Meals Board and is a volunteer with the TRI-CAP Retired Senior Volunteer Program.

“There are many, many responsibilities required of a public-sector fiscal officer. Some are more visible and obvious than others,” Aim CEO Matt Greller said. “I’m excited for Juanita to get the recognition she deserves for the investment of time and energy she makes in order to do a great job for the people of Jasper.”

Conference Facts:
2017 Aim Ideas Summit
October 10-12, 2017
Evansville Old National Events Plaza
Attendance:  850 (pending final registration count)
Further information:  www.aimindiana.org

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