- Office Administrator
BA from Doane College, Crete. Major Business Administration, Minor Psychology.
- Certified in CPR
- Treasurer on Apollinaires Dance Team, East High School
- Member, Lincoln Midwest Ballet Guild
What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
I love play volleyball with my team for City Park & Rec. We are a group of college friends that still play court on Monday nights prior to COVID. And we play sand at Spikes during the summer. Exercising, lifting weights, core work, walking, cycling, Tabata classes are all part of my life. I also love gardening, hanging with friends, and hanging at the lake.
What is your background?
I grew up in Dodge, Nebraska, a small town north of Lincoln. I had 3 girls in my graduating class of 16 people. I played volleyball and basketball. I love growing up on a farm and living in a small town because of the opportunities it gives you. My favorite thing in the whole world right now is sitting on the covered deck of our lake house at Harlan County Reservoir drinking coffee or having a drink…depending on what time of the day it is.
What do you do at BMG?
I am an office administrator. I listen to people and make them feel excited to be here.
What do you like about working at BMG?
I feel there is respect amongst each other. My hours at BMG allow me to still take care of my family but yet have a life.
What is a common question that you get from clients?
A common question I get often…”you look familiar, do I know you from some place?” I am not sure what makes me look familiar to a lot, but I usually don’t them!
In auditing, the concept of materiality is, simply, setting a threshold that anything under that threshold won’t materially misstate your financial statements. I try to apply this concept to my entire life – basically, don’t sweat the small stuff!In auditing, the concept of materiality is, simply, setting a threshold that anything under that threshold won’t materially misstate your financial statements. I try to apply this concept to my entire life – basically, don’t sweat the small stuff!Save