Jennifer has known she wanted to be in the accounting profession since high school. That is when she developed her own entrepreneurial spirit by watching her dad find success and change the trajectory of his family with his business.

After 25 years in tax accounting, Jennifer loves numbers and law even more than she did the day she became a student at Washington State University. After graduating suma cum laude and becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in 2002, Jennifer moved on to Golden Gate University, where she obtained her Master of Science in Taxation. Following college, Jennifer honed her proficiency at a prestigious “Big Four” firm, Deloitte. Seeking a deeper connection with small businesses, she transitioned to a much smaller Portland, OR firm, where she was bitten by the entrepreneurial bug and decided to start her own company.

Account Sense represents the culmination of her professional mission to advise, educate, and inspire individuals and businesses toward achieving their unique vision of success. As a tax consultant and business development advisor, Jennifer gets to fulfill her mission every day, helping fellow business owners reduce their stress and achieve their goals. She relishes her role as mentor to the Account Sense staff, growing as a leader herself, and creating a modern firm with a concierge-style approach to delivering services.

In her hometown of Kennewick, WA, where she resides with her husband Joel and their three amazing sons, Jennifer is an active and well-respected member of the community, sharing her skills as treasurer (naturally) for the Kennewick Schools Foundation for more than a decade. Prior volunteer roles include serving as treasurer for Leadership Tri-Cities and Powerful Connections.

Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family in their Kennewick home. When she's not in the office, you might find her preparing for her next half marathon (she’s completed two full marathons already!), attending her sons’ many sporting events, in the stands of a WSU football game (Go Cougs!), or preparing for her family’s annual trip to a new theme park.