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The State Auditor

Pola Buckley, CPA, CISA

Pola Buckley is Maine's 20th State Auditor. She earned an MBA from Thomas College and a BS degree from Boston College. Pola is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a worldwide credential in electronic information systems auditing. As a Boston College graduate she received training in philosophy of service to others. She has been employed by Maine's Office of the State Auditor since March 2000, most recently as Principal Auditor. Her attention has been focused on the State's financial statements, information systems, and federal programs administered by the State such as Medicaid, Unemployment Insurance, and Highway Planning and Construction. Pola worked as a financial and systems consultant to Maine's rural paper industry from 1993 to 2000 during a period of significant corporate reorganizations. She also was the Chief Financial Officer of a manufacturing company employing 150 people in Androscoggin County from 1988 to 1993. Prior to 1988, Pola worked ten years for Kimberly-Clark Corporation, a Fortune 500 corporation, working initially as a Cost Analyst. She was then promoted to Supervisor of Cost Analysis, and then to Mill Financial Manager. Pola has two sons, Michael and Daniel who attended Bowdoin College and the University of Maine. She resides in Hallowell with her son Daniel.


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Last updated March 31, 2014