Anne has worked with QuickBooks since the early 1990s, when she was providing bookkeeping, payroll and tax services with a local CPA firm. In 1996 she received her license as a CPA and has been working in public accounting since that time.
In June, 2000 Anne joined with Katherine DeYoung, CPA, in a partnership. Kathy is the founder of Center for Nonprofit Stewardship, and is a nationally recognized consultant to nonprofit boards and a frequent presenter on topics of a financial nature for nonprofits. Anne learned a great deal about non-profit accounting from Kathy during their partnership. During that time, Anne also honed her QuickBooks skills, applying them to many of the firm’s non-profit clients, as well as to the small business clients. During this time Anne also started preparing Forms 990 and 990-EZ for non-profits.
In October of 2008 Anne started her own business as a QuickBooks consultant specializing in nonprofits and small businesses.
Anne moved to Corvallis in 1988 with her husband Denis and their two young daughters. In 1994 she was cast in a play at Corvallis Community Theatre, which led to a long and highly enjoyable association with that non-profit organization, both on stage and on the board. Anne has served on other non-profit boards as well, including the Benton-Linn Chapter of the Oregon Society of CPAs and First Alternative Cooperative Grocery. She is currently treasurer of Slow Food Corvallis and on the finance committee for First Alternative.
B.A. magna cum laude, 1978 from Clark University, Worcester, MA
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting, 1993, from Oregon State University