Sweety Kalbesang

Sweety Kalbesang graduated with distinction from Eastern Oregon University in 2014 with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. Her study focused on Leadership, Organization and Management as well as Tourism Industry. Through her years of studies she earned her membership in Phi Theta Kappa and the National Society of Leadership and Success.

After her return to the Republic of Palau, she began working with the Ministry of Finance. She currently serves as a Senior Accountant under the Division of Finance and Accounting and has two staff under her section. Sweety is responsible for disbursing all funds appropriated under the Republic of Palau Public Law Budget Act passed by the Legislative Branch. On a day to day basis, Sweety works fairly closely with all states in Palau, embassies and medical referral offices, public and private schools, other departments and organizations and all component units by monitoring and ensuring that their accounts are within their budget, often by providing a budget and expenditure report on their daily activities. She is also responsible for entering and modifying purchase orders, contract agreements, petty cash and journal vouchers.


Other Participants of ELDP Pacific 2017

Anjanette Kattil
Crystal Angela Sana-Ekichy
Ealani Flores
Edolem Ikerdeu
Elina Paul
Everdil Rechebei
Heidi Sigrah
Jerrick Hernandez
Jewel Tuiasosopo
Jonathan Francis Waayan Chugen
Joseph Saimon
Junior Paul
Lover Haimin
Marjorie Anne Daria
Matthew Deleon Guerrero
Sapioamoa Galeai
Shem Livai
Sophia Diaz
Stephanie Nakamura
Tracy Guerrero
Tracy Norita

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