Jessica’s diverse background in nonprofit accounting spans nearly fifteen years. Her dedication and drive for excellence empowers nonprofit organizations not only to meet its goals but succeed in their missions.
Her technical acumen includes management and preparation of financial statements, analysis of financial statement variances, compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, financial projections and cash management, federal and non-federal grant reporting and compliance, and tax compliance for our nonprofit clients.
She assists tax-exempt organizations with their audit and tax preparation and provides general business consulting relating to the design and implementation of accounting policies and procedures. She regularly helps Vault’s clients file for reimbursement and comply with the requirements for private and federally funded grants. She works with client executives to both prepare and present financial information to board and committee members. She is well versed in the various accounting systems in use by the nonprofit industry and thus helps clients with system selection, implementation, and training.
Mentorship and personnel development is a passion of hers. She constantly gives her time and energy to support junior-level Vaulters, their growth overall competency.
When she is not supporting her clients and Vault, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs. She is also attempting to learn golf.
Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Member, Greater Washington Society of CPAs
Master of Accountancy, George Washington University
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Concentrations: Finance and Information Systems & Technology, American University
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)