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Eastern Michigan University (Business Accounting)
In fifth grade, my teacher recognized an ability to help others and my career started with helping fellow students with math that needed one on one instruction. During College, tutoring employment was one of my sources to finance my education. In 1989-1990, I was an adjunct instructor at Henry Ford Community College and loved it. I had a 95% retention rate in my class and received excellent reviews for my ability to teach. Unfortunately, my full time employment demanded overtime, and it was not practical for me to continue the part time position.
With 33 years in the accounting profession, I have enjoyed training clients and co-workers in various tasks related to accounting. During my "stay at home mom with a paying hobby" years, I did some substitute teaching in Trenton Public Schools in the "off season" when I was not needed at the Certified Public Accounting firm that I joined in 2003 and still work with today, primarily during tax season.
I graduated College April 1982, passed the CPA Exam in May 1982 and was licensed in 1984. I was recently certified as a Quickbooks Pro Advisor.
If you're looking for someone that loves their profession to help you to learn it, look no further. Patience, ability to adapt to your learning style, and genuine concern will be brought to our relationship. I look forward to seeing YOU succeed. In fifth grade, my teacher recognized an ability to help others and my career started with helping fellow students with math that needed one on one instruction. During College, tutoring employment was one of my sources to … Read more
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