Mandy joined the team as a Staff Accountant in 2014, with four years of prior bookkeeping and business management experience. Mandy provides full-service accounting, monthly financial reporting, payroll tax return preparation, and other accounting services to her clients. She is a problem-solver who focuses on guiding and educating clients through every aspect of their business finances. Her prior experience as a Director of Client Relations in the Washington, DC area prepared her for a focus on providing thorough client services, as well as working with a diverse client base.
Mandy received her Bachelor's degree from Ferris State University after graduating from Dowagiac Union High School and Southwestern Michigan College. In the community, she is a board member of the Greater Dowagiac Chamber of Commerce and is active with her church. She and her husband stay very busy with their two young children.
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