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Dawn Goldberg, CPA and Certified Life Coach (and mother of course), joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. In addition to being a coach for CPAs that are mothers, Dawn is also a Community Manager for CPA MOMS and hosts their podcast as well! Dawn was introduced to accounting as many of us are, through he…
 
Dr. Adrian Mayse, CPA, Accounting Department Chair at Howard University, and author of the children’s book “When I Grow Up I Want To Be An Accountant” (!) joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. Like many of our guests over the years, this guest was suggested by one of you, the listeners! When I received …
 
Robert Nordlander, a former Senior Special Agent in the Criminal Investigations area of the Internal Revenue Service, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. In this episode, we discuss what originally drew Robert into law enforcement, how he ended up landing the position with the IRS, and some key cases …
 
For this week’s episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast, we have a short CareerTalk mini-episode for you covering an important concept specifically for those entering the job market. Whether for a student internship, your first professional job, or even if you are simply looking for something new, the idea we cover in this s…
 
Ryan Lazanis, the Founder of Future Firm and a previous guest on our show, re-joined us this week for a more in-depth discussion of how to build a modern accounting practice that is both scalable and something that fits the life you want to lead. Ryan started his career in a typical staff accountant role like many of us do, and even tried both publ…
 
Julio Gonzalez, the founder of Engineered Tax Services, joined us from Florida for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. We find our guests for the show from many sources, but in this case we just noticed some intriguing content online and decided to delve deeper and find out more. Julio Gonzalez’ early career took h…
 
Amanda “Jo” Erven of Audit.Consulting.Education.,LLC, in the Denver area joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. Jo started her career in public accounting, but quickly moved into internal audit after only a short time. She knew that she wanted to go deeper into helping one organization than typically pos…
 
David Peters, a CPA in the Richmond, Virginia area, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers podcast. David’s career is an excellent example of how when you start with a background in accounting, you can go almost any direction you would like, or even many if you prefer! David was an unlikely accountant per se, in …
 
Diane Yetter, the Founder of the Sales Tax Institute, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. If you aspire to be the true subject matter expert in your field, whatever that may be, you will really enjoy this particular episode. Diane’s specialization started much differently than you may imagine. She did…
 
Stephen Westbrook, a CPA that has served a few non-profits as their CEO, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. Steve’s career started as many do. He initially worked for a couple accounting firms, and then moved on to one of his audit clients. In this case however, it was with a small non-profit that ha…
 
As a part of our “2nd-career accountant” series, Brian Goldbard in the Dallas, Texas, area joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Brian enjoys a successful career in private equity accounting now, and has done very well in just a few years, but prior to that he spent 17 years in television production beli…
 
Gale Crosley, a CPA that has spent the majority of her career in sales, marketing, and product development, and now advises the nation’s top accounting firms on such issues, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Gale’s career has definitely turned out differently than her original master plan, but as we …
 
Ann Margaret Johnston, a CPA in Georgia with a unique niche for her practice in professional poker players (!), joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.As with many guests, Ann Margaret was referred by a former guest of the show, and actually one of her former employers – Ben Loggins. When Ben contacted us…
 
Bill Von Fumetti, a CPA and the owner of Booming Bookkeeping Business, joined us for this special “2nd-career” edition of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Had we not already decided to call these our “2nd career” series, we would probably have to do something different since accounting was Bill’s 4th or 5th career choice dependi…
 
Brian Henderson in the Austin area joined us for this “2nd career” edition of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers podcast. This is one of our “second career” episodes meaning that the guest started in a different career first, and then migrated later on into accounting. For Brian, it was professional baseball!Brian’s boyhood dream was to p…
 
For this episode, we actually revisit an idea from a very recent guest - Chris Hervochon.Due to very bad weather conditions in Texas, we got behind on recording episodes. However, as luck would have it, there was a concept that Chris had shared in his recent episode with us that made for a good CareerTalk mini-episode. It was great timing for sure!…
 
Maxene Bardwell, a highly-accomplished professional in the field of Internal Audit from the Maryland area, joined us for this week’s episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers podcast. If you have ever considered moving your own career in the direction of audit, or internal audit specifically, this episode will be extremely valuable fo…
 
Chris Hervochon, a CPA in South Carolina that has developed a niche business in the area of providing accounting services for marketing agencies and creatives, joined us this week for Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.In addition to having a thorough discussion of the benefits of having a specialty, we also talk for a while about…
 
Carl Peterson, the VP of Small Firm Interests with AICPA, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers podcast. In this episode, we cover Carl’s not-quite-traditional start to his career, his many years of successfully running his own practice with his wife whom is also a CPA, and his eventual transition into the Small…
 
In this special episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast, we pieced together five interviews with five distinguished accounting firm partners in order to bring you a special resource.Our guests came from firms ranging in size from boutique, niche local firms, to multi-office firms, to a Big 4 firm as well. The partners that g…
 
Tasha Fox, a CPA that was recently recognized by CPA Practice Advisor on the list of Most Powerful Women in Accounting, joined us for this week’s episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.This was a first for our show in that we have never had an accounting executive from a Native American tribe on our program, so we took the …
 
Carolyn Smith, Senior Partner with C3 Financial Partners in Texas, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Carolyn’s career started as many do… in public accounting. And in fact, she spent the first 30 years of her career with the same accounting firm, minus a one-year detour into industry. During that tim…
 
Kelly Boswell, the Director of Tax Controversy with the San Antonio based accounting firm ADKF, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Kelly accepted her new role as Director of Tax Controversy early last year, so we invited her on the show to talk more about that specific specialty. “Tax controversy” spe…
 
Jose Campos, a Partner with Deloitte in California, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.We were referred to Jose by a listener that heard him speak on the subject of diversity in the profession, and we certainly were not disappointed. Jose has had an amazing career, staying with Deloitte all the way fr…
 
Ron Baker, Founder of the Verasage Institute and one of my absolute favorite podcast hosts, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, The Accounting Careers Podcast.If you haven’t heard The Soul Of Enterprise podcast, you are missing out. Ron Baker co-hosts the program with another brilliant thinker, Ed Kless, and provides some of the mos…
 
Ben Loggins of Loggins, Kern, McCombs in Atlanta, Georgia, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. In this episode, we discuss the growth and progression of Ben’s firm, and also his outside-of-work interest in the area of Roswell history and supporting US figure skating!We initially asked Ben to be on the…
 
Jaclyn Badeau of Badeau Consulting joined us for this week’s episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. Jaclyn’s career spans public accounting, large industry, global travel positions, and now her own consulting practice. There is something here for everyone!Jaclyn’s career started very early. She actually had her first accou…
 
Joey Ryan, the CFO and Co-Founder of a company working in the blockchain solution space, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.We haven’t touched on blockchain much yet on this show with the exception of an episode or two, so this was a refreshing topic. Joey started his career in public accounting, but …
 
It’s hard to believe that the time flew by so fast, but we are celebrating our 200th episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.If you’ve been a listener for a while, you know we’ve changed several things along the way. We’ve changed our intro section a few times, our outro section many times, our website address, and even our …
 
Greg Kyte, a CPA in Utah that does stand-up comedy, serves as host for several conferences, and still works his full-time day job as a Controller, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, The Accounting Careers Podcast.I first encountered Greg through the “mind-numbingly repetitive” commercials he has done for one of my own personal favo…
 
Stephen Oliver, a CPA that focused his career early on in consulting areas such as forensic projects, litigation support, and merger/acquisition analysis, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.I’ve personally known Stephen for many years, but even I learned quite a bit from this interview.Stephen started…
 
Twyla Verhelst joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. As you would expect, we discussed FreshBooks and how that accounting solution has expanded in recent years, but we also cover Twyla’s earlier career history as well. Twyla has had an amazing journey, spanning typical accounting roles, to starting seve…
 
Felicia Farrar, a CPA, CFE, and now a PhD candidate as well, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.We haven’t touched on careers within governmental accounting in a while, so this episode will be a refreshing change. Felicia joined us for this program to discuss her career path that started with several …
 
Mike Lovelace, a CPA, CMA, and CISA working as a fractional CFO and systems consultant with Vaco, joined us for this week’s episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Mike has spent many years working as what many people refer to as a “fractional CFO”, and we have a frank discussion about both the joys and challenges that come …
 
John Garrett, arguably the funniest man in accounting (in a good way 😊), joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.John was a guest about two years ago on the show, and he mentioned working on a book back then. That peaked our interest, so naturally when that book was published, we definitely had to invite h…
 
Terrell Turner, a CPA in North Carolina, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast. Terrell caught our attention due to all the effort he has been putting into developing and producing video content for the small business community.Terrell started his career with the big firms – a Big 4 CPA firm in fact, and…
 
Tracie Miller-Nobles, a college-level instructor that spends additional time developing supplemental materials for both faculty and students, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.Many accountants eventually realize that they enjoy helping others through teaching, and that is how Tracie got started in th…
 
Jocelyn Hill, a Partner with Williams, Adley & Company in Washington, DC, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers podcast.This episode is unique for several reasons. First of all, Jocelyn has been with her firm for over 25 years, something we don’t see too often anymore. And in addition, their firm has an interest…
 
Susan Stutzel, a CPA that operates both in the non-profit specialty accounting field, as well as in the coaching space for female entrepreneurs, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.As many of us in the accounting field realize at some point in our careers, there are certain aspects of our jobs that we …
 
Brannon Poe, the founder of Poe Group Advisors, joined us for this episode of Where Accountants Go, the Accounting Careers Podcast.If you are the entrepreneurial sort, this episode will really speak to you. Brannon started his career in a typical accounting job, but it was only a few years later when he was able to join a small business in a combin…
 
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