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Kerri’s practice focuses on providing assurance services to companies operating in a wide range of industry segments, including manufacturing, technology, personal services and distribution, many with complex accounting issues. Kerri also specializes in performing employee benefit plan audits. 

Prior to entering public accounting, Kerri spent 10+ years working in the financial services industry. Kerri’s prior experience, which consisted primarily of establishing and maintaining custodial and trust accounts to ensure they were in compliance with various laws and regulations, allows her to provide value-added advice relating to operations, internal controls, and best practices.

Certifications & Licensure

CPA-State of Ohio

Professional Affiliations

Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Community Activities

ArtsWave Advancing Women in Leadership - CSH

Education

BA, Accounting, Wilmington College BA, Business Administration, Wilmington College

Industry & Service Specialization

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