As a financial manager, I work with the numbers and I make sure that they are sensible. I always look to improve and streamline existing processes in the financial operations.
My finance career started in banking and progressed into corporate accounting and business management. I have supported a variety of industries performing a multitude of accounting and finance functions. I stepped away from corporate accounting to form my own finance company with a specific goal to work with small businesses and to be a part of their success story.
I enjoy working with clients that value teamwork and appreciate the multicultural and multitalented diversity of their human capital. Years ago, I defended my MBA thesis on virtual organizations as I strongly believed that the concept of such is viable and will drive the future of business. Therefore, I am particularly excited to make this a reality and to focus my work around organizations who make virtual collaboration a reality and who by doing so are re-defining the borders of the professional world.
I supervise and handle all financial operations for The Get Real Project.
Over a decade ago, a company that I worked for as part of the accounting department had decided to split into two separate firms. My supervisor at the time and I were asked to part our ways and each to work for one of the newly formed companies. My supervisor and I had a tremendous professional relationship, one that we valued highly as we could identify with each other’s work ethic and integrity. We stood up to the challenge and rejected the offer and the employment opportunity and instead formed our own company to stay and work together, to find our clients and a market niche. My former supervisor is now my business partner of over 10 years and we proudly serve many of our clients as an independent accounting firm by providing our best services while enjoying our partnership. I consider this the most valuable decision in my professional life and the most rewarding by far.
Steadfast, meticulous, fun.
Spending time with my family and friends, travelling, playing tennis, snorkeling, doing house projects, eating good food, working.
My family, cats.
Complacency, laziness, selfishness.
Shopping for unique, one of a kind items, whether it is clothing, household items, gifts or vacations.
“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself” —Leo Tolstoy
My family and friends. Sense of humor.
To inspire my son to become the next tennis phenom.