Robert Sprague serves as Ohio’s 49th Treasurer of State.
As Ohio Treasurer, he oversees the state’s investment and debt portfolios, custody portfolios, and annual cash movements and deposits.
During his administration, the Treasurer’s office is working to improve Ohio and the lives of its residents through trusted stewardship, wise investment, and bold innovation. Highlights of this work include:
- The launch of ResultsOHIO, which creates an infrastructure to evaluate and support pay-for-success projects aimed at combatting complex social and public health challenges facing Ohio.
- Record growth for the STABLE Account program. STABLE accounts are specialized savings and investment accounts for people living with disabilities. Participation in the program more than doubled during Treasurer Sprague’s first two years in office. Today, the program is as a national leader in providing such benefits to people in the disability community.
- In 2020, Treasurer Sprague ushered in the next generation of the Ohio Checkbook. Through a partnership with the DeWine-Husted Administration, OhioCheckbook.gov merged the functionality of the previous OhioCheckbook.com and the Ohio Interactive Budget website to create a single, streamlined platform for taxpayers to learn more about government spending.
Treasurer Sprague holds a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from Duke University and went on to earn an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Upon completing his studies, Robert joined Ernst & Young. While there, he worked on several high-profile projects for Fortune 500 companies before forming his own consulting firm.
Robert later returned to his hometown of Findlay, where he served as city auditor and treasurer before representing the community as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives.
Today, Treasurer Sprague and his wife, Amanda, still live in Findlay along with their five children.
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