Ms. Diana Rubi is the new accounting and administrative assistant in the bishop’s office. She handles all accounts receivable and payable and provides administrative support to Canon Julie Young, canon for finance and administration and diocesan treasurer.
Ms. Rubi replaced Mr. Charles Robinson, who changed roles in July.
A city college student with twelve years of office experience, Ms. Rubi moved up the ranks from receptionist to office manager in a busy construction company.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to work, learn and grow professionally, all while working for a better cause,” said Ms. Rubi.
In speaking about the reasons for selecting Ms. Rubi for the position, Canon Young said, “Diana brings a wealth of organizational skills and accounting experience that are invaluable to our small team.”
One of those assets is that she is completely bilingual. Contact her by email: email@example.com or phone: 619-481-5458.
La Sra. Diana Rubi es la nueva contabilidad y asistente administrativo de la oficina del obispo. Ella es totalmente bilingüe. Contacto por correo electrónico: firstname.lastname@example.org o por teléfono: 619-481-5458.
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