We want CPAs to be known as awesome communicators.
Kristen Rampe, CPA
Kristen got into accounting the way many people did: She liked math. She joined the Big 4 out of college and held on for three enlightening years in audit. After finding the long-hours-lifestyle to be more than she was after, Kristen quit public accounting for the first time and ended up in industry at one of her clients. Read more…
Jason Lieu, CPA (inactive)
When Jason had to decide his major at UCSB (University of California - Santa Barbara), he was overwhelmed by the endless list of possibilities and settled on the longest title he saw: Business Economics with an Emphasis on Accounting. Luckily, this choice it tapped into Jason’s strong analytical abilities beautifully. Read more…
Matt Rampe, ASA, ACC, CPCC
Matt joins us as a guest blogger on coaching and leadership. He has worked at public accounting firms for over 10 years, and is quick to point out that he’s not a CPA, but instead works in Business Valuation. In addition to putting a price on companies large and small, he loves coaching and mentoring team members. Matt has been coaching since 2013 and obtained his ICF certification in 2016.