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NAME: Doreen Crisostomo
RACE: Public Auditor
PARTY: Non-partisan race
VILLAGE: Mangilao
CONTACT:  7341559
BIO:

Doreen Crisostomo is an associate professor of accounting at the University of Guam, where she has taught since 2005.  She currently serves as senior vice president of the Association of Government Accountants.

Doreen has worked in government service for over 25 years, including time spent as the deputy superintendent of finance and administration for Guam Public School System (GPSS); comptroller of Guam Power Authority; controller for the Guam Housing Corporation; community service worker, budget analyst, deputy/chief fiscal officer, and finance analyst in the Guam Legislature; and chairperson of the Finance and Planning Committee for the GMH Board of Trustees.  She serves our community in many ways, including supporting fundraising efforts for educational purposes, natural disasters relief, and finance work to improve government transparency and accountability. 

Doreen is a member to various professional organizations, including the Association of Government Accountants, Government Finance Officers Association, the Institute for Internal Controls, and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.  She has published articles on topics of government accounting, accounting systems and pedagogy.

In recognition of her work, she received numerous awards from the Association of Government Accountants, including the Platinum Level Chapter Recognition Award, while she was president of the AGA Guam Chapter.  She is the recipient of the UOG Community Awareness Award for research, and was a nominee for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants 2011 George Krull/Grant Thornton Teaching Innovation Award.

Doreen earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Guam, Master of Business Administration in Accounting from University of Phoenix, and Ph.D. in Organization and Management from Capella University. She possesses multiple certifications as government financial manager, internal control auditor, and fraud examiner.

Doreen is the daughter of Teresita and ?Luis Crisostomo of Ipan, Talofofo.  She currently resides in BPM, Mangilao with Dominic Muna.  They have one daughter and son-in-law, Trisha and Patrick Pablo, and two grandsons, Micah and Marco.

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