Leea joined the practice in 2016. Prior to joining the practice, Leea worked at a small firm where she focused on small business tax & accounting. Leea is the dedicated team member for a group of our Virtual Back Office clients, where she is integrally involved in assisting them run the accounting, tax, & payroll functions of their business. She also facilitates the practice’s overall workflow in tax season.
In addition to her client responsibilities, Leea is the technology point person in the practice, and ensures our clients’ accounting & tax technology solutions with us are properly optimized. She also continually researches new products and solutions, and leads the vetting process before we introduce new solutions or tools to our clients.
Leea received her Master of Accountancy degree from Auburn University and her Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Finance from Columbia College.
Leea enjoys serving in Children’s Church area at her church, playing her fiddle (with her husband playing the bass) at Old Time Music Jams, raising Monarch butterflies, beekeeping, and enjoying the outdoors.
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