“When I start working with a new client, I try to keep my vision broad so that I can see aspects they might have missed. Having me on the team means that they have a fuller view of what’s available in their world.”
"When I work with an association, I take the time to understand what the association means to everyone who lives there. The work I do affects them because it directly correlates to the value of their home. I take that seriously and make myself available to listen and answer questions throughout the year, not just once a year at audit time."
"In the CIC industry, people are volunteering their time to serve on these boards and this isn't an area they typically work in. It is my job to disseminate the information in a way that is understandable, useful, and helpful to assist in making the best decisions possible for their association."
Since 1998, Amy has been helping Common Interest Communities navigate the complex issues surrounding the governance of their associations. From audits and reviews to constantly changing compliance and tax issues, she has been able to educate and help association boards serve their members in the best and most efficient ways possible.
Amy is known for being hands-on and available to her clients. In addition, she excels at working with groups and communicating complex accounting issues in ways that can be understood by large groups who have no special financial training.
Amy is a 1997 magna cum laude graduate of the University of Minnesota – Crookston, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management.
Amy is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants. Amy is also a member of the Minnesota Chapter of Community Associations Institute and the Minnesota Multi Housing Association.