I received my undergraduate education from the College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources at the University of Missouri in Columbia, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Economics in 2003. Upon graduation, I began a career in accounting and tax preparation under the supervision of a local CPA while I completed my Master's Degree in Accountancy at Truman State University.

A month after adding "Master of Accountancy" to my resume, I added "farmwife," and then six months later became a full-fledged licensed Certified Public Accountant in June of 2005.

In 2009, I became a sole practitioner, and work out of an office in my home, just west of Edina.

My life experience first as the daughter of a farmer, and now as the wife of a farmer, along with my undergraduate education in agriculture makes me uniquely qualified to advise farmers and other small business owners in tax planning and preparation.

I can prepare and file U.S. individual, as well as entity tax returns, as well as the corresponding returns for any state department of revenue.

Yes, my office is just a little out of the way, but I hope you'll find it worth the extra drive for the prompt, personal, and professional attention I can provide.