About Kristen Rampe

Here to change the professional world, one human interaction at a time.

Kristen Rampe is a CPA with thirteen years of on-the-ground team leading and client service experience.  She provides strategy, direction and professional development workshops on communication, team-building and customer loyalty. 

Kristen creates highly engaging workshops and inspires audiences to rethink their existing professional habits and put more effective skills in practice immediately.  

Kristen was recognized by the California Society of CPA's in 2011 as a Woman to Watch, one of only two recipients state-wide in the Emerging Leader category.  She was selected to receive this award based on her exemplary work as a mentor, leader, and contributor to the profession and the community. Kristen is also a Certified Net Promoter Associate, a designation for customer loyalty professionals trained in the Net Promoter discipline.

She earned her bachelor’s degree in Accounting at Butler University and has worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, Chordiant Software and Frank, Rimerman where she was consistently the most profitable manager in the Consulting practice. Kristen served on the board of the Palo Alto Art Center Foundation for six years and her work has been published in the Tax Adviser magazine.

Kristen now lives in Michigan with her husband, five-year-old identical twin boys, and one large cat. She also enjoys traveling, cooking, and exploring her own town. If you’re interested in learning more about Kristen and what she does, please feel welcome to contact her anytime or check out her LinkedIn Profile.

Giving Back

One of the most rewarding parts of what we do is to give back to the community and environment in ways that are beneficial and impactful to our society.

Here are some examples of how we get involved:

  • Giving interview and time management tips and advice to upcoming graduates at the North Central Michigan College Career Day.
  • Judging Girls Outreach Grants with the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce.  The Petoskey Chamber fundraises for and awards grants to local school-aged girls with financial need who want to try a new activity (e.g. drawing class, summer camp, etc.) but need additional resources to make it happen.
  • Donating to the National Forest Foundation to offset the carbon footprint related to our operations and travel.  We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment and take every effort to respect our planet.
  • Presenting on customer service to the Dress for Success Professional Women’s Group. Dress for Success provides suits to women with limited financial resources re-entering the workforce. Their Professional Women’s Group provides training and support to help these women keep and advance their careers.