Deborah Jeane Schroeder (born September 27, 1972) is an American businesswoman who is the director of the San Andreas Department of Parks & Recreation, serving since July 2018.
Schroeder attended Los Santos Elementary, and graduated from the University Of San Andreas with a Bachelor of Economics. After graduation, she founded Honeganic as an investor. The Honeganic Group grew to operate 28 businesses, all collectively linked to cosmetic industries, medicinal research groups, and main street retailers. Schroeder began her career in the state of San Andreas in 2010, she was appointed budget analyst for the San Andreas Department of Education until 2015.
In 2015 Schroeder attended the Rady School Of Management, graduating with a Masters in Finance in 2016. After her graduation, Schroeder pursued an alternate career in the San Andreas Department of Parks & Recreation after being suggested to become the Parks Director's financial assistant. Schroeder was appointed as a special assistant in 2016, shortly after in 2018 taking over from the retiring Park Director Ted Peterson.