Grindal Harris and Elouise Brown chosen as finalists

Published 2:28 pm Monday, September 13, 2010

The Selma City School Board will interview the two finalists for the chief school financial officer’s slot.

Frank Chestnut Jr., chairman of the search committee, said the interviews will begin Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Central Office on Broad Street.

The committee selected Grindal Harris and Elouise Brown as finalists.

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Harris, of Selma, earned an associate degree in computer science from Wallace Community College Selma and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Alabama Birmingham. She has worked as a student financial aid assistant, administrative assistant, bookkeeper, receptionist, statistical technician accounting manager and senior accountant.

Brown, of Selma, earned a master’s degree in business management from Troy University; a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Alabama and attended Wallace Community College Selma. She has worked in customer service, accounts payable, as a bookkeeper and payroll clerk.

Six women applied for the position left vacant when Maria Glover resigned to take a similar position at Fairfield Schools.