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State Treasurer Rachael Eubanks Named Secretary-Treasurer of National Association of State Treasurers
October 03, 2023
Following non-partisan confirmation from her peers at the National Association of State Treasurers’ (NAST) Annual Conference yesterday, State Treasurer Rachael Eubanks has been elected to serve as the organization’s secretary-treasurer for 2024.
"NAST is a very important resource for state treasurers in terms of advocacy, learning and strengthening treasuries across the country,” said State Treasurer Eubanks. “It’s an honor to be selected from amongst my peers across the country to serve in a leadership position at a critical time to meet these objectives."
NAST is an organization dedicated to helping the nation’s financial leaders pursue and administer sound financial policies and programs benefiting our nation. Membership is composed of all state treasurers or state finance officials with comparable responsibilities throughout the United States.
As secretary-treasurer, State Treasurer Eubanks will sit on the NAST executive committee and chair the finance committee. She will be tasked with presenting the organization’s next fiscal year budget and be involved in other pressing financial policy matters related to federal and state governments.
To learn more about NAST, visit www.nast.org.
State Treasurer Eubanks was appointed as Michigan’s 47th state treasurer by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in January 2019. She is committed to bringing creativity, collaboration and commitment to identify and implement solutions to some of Michigan’s great challenges.
She does this by building upon Michigan Department of Treasury’s dedication to a culture of service to Michiganders, providing a mission to provide fair and efficient financial services on behalf of taxpayers, governments, students and all Michiganders for the long-term fiscal health and stability of our state.
She has a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.