Gila J. Bronner
Ms. Bronner is highly respected by government lawmakers and regulators as an expert on auditor independence and related accountability and internal control issues and is a nationally recognized authority on governmental accounting, auditing, compliance and oversight. She has written and lectured extensively on the subjects of auditor independence, government efficiency, performance management, grants management, homeland safety, and is a recognized thought leader on public sector implementation and compliance issues associated with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Ms. Bronner has comprehensive experience as a board member and deep knowledge of institutional governance. She currently serves or has served on numerous significant civic and professional boards, as well as several independent oversight and advisory commissions. Ms. Bronner has also served on numerous transition teams at the State and local levels of government. In addition, she participated as a member of the VA-DOD reinvention team during the Clinton/Gore National Performance Review.
Pursuant to a Presidential appointment, Ms. Bronner has served as a member of the governing board of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Ms. Bronner formerly chaired the Museum’s Audit Committee and Finance Committee and is also a current or former member of the Museum’s Executive, Ad-Hoc, Investment, Audit, Finance, and Strategic Planning Committees. She also served as an initial member of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Advisory Council, Financial Audit Committee (FAC).