Alamance County’s former budget and management director didn’t take long to transition between jobs.
Last Tuesday (Sept. 6), Andrea Rollins was at a county commissioners meeting in her capacity as the county’s budget and management director, a position in which she’s served for the past seven years.
Monday night (Sept. 12), she was introduced by college president Dr. Algie Gatewood to the Alamance Community College board of trustees as the community college’s new vice president of business and finance/chief financial officer.
A certified public accountant since 1993, Rollins has been a certified local government budget officer since 2020.
Rollins, who has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management, Accounting from Meredith College, has more than 25 years of experience in business and finance.
Prior to her tenure with Alamance County Government, she spent six years as a staff accountant with a Burlington CPA firm, and 18 years as vice president of finance and administration with Elon Homes and Schools for Children.
In her seven years working for county government, Rollins oversaw fiscal operations, developed budgets, created capital budgets, oversaw capital plans, developed performance management plans, facilitated economic development, and developed fiscal reports and strategic initiative documents.
Rollins succeeds Christopher (“CD”) Crepps as the community college’s CFO; he had served as the community college’s CFO since August 2021.