Comptroller-elect Brooke Lierman (D) is announcing Monday the first major appointments of her senior leadership team as she prepares to take office on Jan. 16. Lierman has tapped Rianna P. Matthews-Brown to be her chief of staff, and said that Andrew Schaufele, a mainstay in the comptroller’s office for 13 years, will serve as chief deputy comptroller. Matthews-Brown is a veteran government manager who has also worked in the private sector, spending seven years at Johns Hopkins University, most recently as deputy chief of staff to President Ronald Daniels. She has also been director of university initiatives for Daniels and has also been part of the university’s government affairs team.
Lierman picks two for senior leadership positions in comptroller’s office
December 20, 2022