Kaiser Consulting honored as a 2022 Best Place to Work in Central Ohio! We graciously accept this prestigious award for the 7th time.
Emily is a talented and dedicated professional with a decade of experience providing accounting and financial analysis services. She is exceptionally compliance-driven and highly adept at developing, documenting, implementing, and monitoring adherence to standard accounting policies and procedures to support company-wide programs, specific projects, and personnel training. Additionally, Emily can perform the accounting, reporting, and data analysis for these same programs and projects and prepare related key performance metrics.
During her career, Emily has held several financial analyst roles in private industry, including serving as a procure to pay (P2P) analyst, payroll analyst, and corporate travel analyst. She is proficient in month-end close activities, including general ledger maintenance, journal entry preparation, account reconciliations, and variance analysis and resolution. With strong written and verbal communication skills, she is comfortable acting as a liaison between internal and external stakeholders, including collaborating with auditors to support the audit process.
Emily has advanced Microsoft Excel skills and experience with various accounting, payroll, and expense management software packages, including SAP, Blackline, ADP, and Expensify. She has a working knowledge of QuickBooks and Transaction Pro, a tool to import and export data into and out of QuickBooks Desktop and Online. Clients appreciate Emily’s attention to detail, analytical expertise and strong customer service mindset as she assists them in achieving their goals in an ever-changing environment.
Hospitality, Manufacturing, Service
Who is someone you admire?
My Dad is my biggest fan and my role model. He is incredibly supportive, always teaching my siblings and me about life lessons he has learned. We do not always agree, but he is always in my corner.
Have you visited an excellent museum?
I visited the Museum of Modern Art on both of my trips to San Francisco. I love it there. In 2017, I saw Ragnar Kjartansson’s, The Visitors, a 360⁰ audio/video presentation. I highly recommend looking it up on the internet, although I imagine it will pale compared to the immersive experience of seeing it live. I will never forget it. In 2019, I saw the Andy Warhol exhibit. Again, it was fantastic to see the original art that I had only seen replicated or online.
What is one of the best pieces of advice you have received?
“Aim to make a life, not a living.” I live by this motto, which significantly contributed to my seeking employment at Kaiser Consulting. Working for a firm with life/work balance in an industry where 60+ hour work weeks are typical is nothing short of life changing.