My journey in accounting started a little unexpectedly…

I was in college and I was minoring in Spanish and a major in international business, then  9/11 happened and all of a sudden there were no jobs for anybody.

I realized all of the accounting majors were getting sign-on bonuses and jobs right before college…

I went to an incredibly expensive private school with a lot of tuition that I had to pay back and no idea how to pay that back…

I took accounting classes in high school and I was pretty good at it and I never really found myself great or good at anything, but I found more and more that people were just complaining about accounting…

It’s so confusing…

It’s like another language…

I switched my major in college and finished that up. I went straight into public accounting, dabbled a little bit in construction, employee benefit plans, work with some manufacturing companies, some retail, and ultimately found my place in non-profit accounting.

I worked my way up to supervisor auditing non-profit organizations.

I then left after seven years to become a CFO of a nonprofit organization for about four years.

Two years ago I made the crazy jump into entrepreneurship and started my own accounting practice, specifically serving nonprofit organizations.

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