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As a Manager, Managed Services, Rachael focuses her time on her client’s financial and grant reporting, daily accounting operations as well as assisting clients with external review and reporting. Her focus is primarily on non-profit clients.

Rachael wants clients to feel like they are heard and that their clients concerns matter.  She appreciates the feedback they provide as it creates a better experience in the results that she can provide.  She understands that clients have unique needs, and she is focused on meeting those need individually.

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants
Treasurer of Wyoming Fine Arts Center

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