Shirley Broz served the Rockwood School District in Missouri for 16 years, 12 years as the Executive Director of Finance and as the Chief Financial Officer from July 1, 2009 until she retired in 2012. Rockwood School District is in the St. Louis, Missouri area and has an enrollment of approximately 22,500 students.
A Certified Public Accountant in Missouri, Shirley received her MA from Webster University where she served on the Alumni Association Board of Directors. Shirley served as a Director for the Association of School Business Officials International. She has served as an ASBO International reviewer for both the CAFR and Meritorious Budget Award (MBA) programs. Shirley has chaired two committees for ASBO before being elected Director on the Board of Directors. She is a presenter for the ASBO International annual meeting. Shirley has served as President of the Greater St. Louis Association of School Business Officials. She served on the MoASBO Board of Directors for seven years and was the MoASBO Conference Programs Coordinator as well as a member of the Spring Conference Planning Committee for ten years. She currently serves on the GASB Governmental Accounting Standards Advisory Council (GASAC). Shirley is pleased to add the SFO Certification from ASBO International to her credentials.
Previous to her school district experience, Shirley worked for several international corporations. Shirley's knowledge of budget preparation and presentation has earned the Rockwood School District the distinguished honor of being the first school district in the state of Missouri to receive the ASBOI Meritorious Budget Award. This is the District’s 11th year to apply for and be awarded the MBA. Since 2005, the District has also been awarded the COE Award for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report from ASBO International. In June 2002, Shirley received the MoASBO Business Official of the Year Award. She is the first recipient of the award designed to honor MoASBO members whose work demonstrates personal excellence in service to their school district, community and profession.