Mary-Margaret Collier, director of the Comptroller’s Office of State and Local Finance, plans to retire May 31, capping a 16-year career with the state.
Among its many responsibilities, the Office of State and Local Finance manages all of the state’s debt, including issuing and repaying bonds, reviews budgets and debt obligations of local governments and assists local governments in other areas related to municipal finance.
“I am very appreciative of the work Mary-Margaret has done during her 16 years with the Comptroller’s office,” Comptroller Justin P. Wilson said. “She has been an extremely valuable member of our team and her work is highly respected in the bond finance community.”
Ms. Collier will be replaced by Sandi Thompson, who currently serves as deputy director of the Office of State and Local Finance.