Not only is Ryan a two-time graduate of Wright State University, but he attends dozens of hours of
continuing education courses on a yearly basis. Ryan is certified by the Ohio Treasurer of State's Center for Public
Investment Management and by the Ohio Auditor of State for Public Records Management. Ryan is a member in good
standing with the Ohio Government Finance Officers’ Association and the Ohio Public Treasurers’ Association.
With an annual appropriation budget of $25 million, it is time for Beavercreek Township to elect a Fiscal Officer that
has both a Master's Degree in Public Administration and real-world experience as a Finance Director. In Ryan’s
position as Finance Director of Carlisle, he does the job, and more, of a Township Fiscal Officer on a daily basis.
Ryan will implement an investment plan to ensure that all interim funds are fully invested. Ryan believes that
government has a responsibility to the taxpayers to stretch every single tax dollar that it receives to its maximum
use and highest return on investment.
Ryan will work with and support Township staff and the Board of Trustees on the implementation of new accounting
software to use technology to the advantage of the taxpayer. In addition, Ryan will ensure that all financial records
are safely and properly maintained and are backed up to audit standards. Ryan believes in utilizing the best practices
in both the private and public sector to modernize the Fiscal Office and take it to new heights.
Ryan will ensure that Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) are implemented and followed as is required by
law. This includes working with Township staff and the Board of Trustees on properly reporting financial statements.
Ryan will publish timely financial reports to the Board and the public.
In addition, Ryan will keep all Township spending available online on the Ohio Checkbook.