Beth Collier, Treasurer/CFO at Grandview Heights Schools, was awarded the 2022 Central Region Distinguished Service Award by the Ohio Association of School Business Officials’ (OASBO) Foundation for School Business Management at its Past Presidents Gala & Award Ceremony in Columbus.
Collier was nominated by Upper Arlington City Schools’ COO, Chris Potts. “Beth is a true professional and has helped Grandview Heights Schools reach new levels of fiscal support over the last few years.”
The Distinguished Service Awards Program is a series of awards recognizing one individual from each of OASBO’s five regions who has made a significant contribution to their profession. The award recipient’s district receives a $500 scholarship to grant to a senior in the district. Collier presented the $500 scholarship to senior Kyrsten Willimottt.
Andrew Culp, Superintendent at Grandview Heights City Schools, added, “Ms. Collier holds herself (and others) to the highest standards because she truly cares about the financial sustainability and success of our district, and most importantly what this means in fulfilling our mission to personalize and maximize every student’s learning. She gets the “why” of her work and works exceedingly well with her colleagues for the benefit of our students.”
Founded in 1936, OASBO is a not-for-profit, professional association empowering its members by providing advocacy, collaboration, and innovative education. Its members include public school district treasurer/CFOs, business managers, transportation directors, food and nutrition supervisors, and administrative support staff.