Trisha Fisher

About Trisha

Trisha is a multi-talented professional with 20+ years of accounting experience. She has held positions as an assistant controller, a cash and property reporting analyst, a national direct bill and credit lead, and a senior accounts receivable analyst for a privately owned sustainable electronics company, a US-based hotel chain with more than 600 global properties, and a manufacturer with a 100+ year history. Clients will benefit from her ability to support or supervise a team while serving as an effective liaison between multiple company departments, locations and leaders, including on special projects requiring extensive research and analysis.

Trisha is proficient in preparing financial documents for management, the month-end close process, general ledger maintenance, account reconciliations, and journal entry preparation. Additionally, she understands the entire cash management process with a focus on the processing, recording, reconciling, and reporting of accounts receivable, including cash receipts, wire, ACH and credit card transactions, and intercompany cash transfers. Trisha can set up and maintain customer accounts, approve credit requests, process invoices, monitor aging reports, and manage collections, dispute resolutions and chargebacks. She is knowledgeable about accounts payable and sales and use tax and experienced in QuickBooks, Oracle Financial Systems, online banking and e-commerce systems, and various payroll software programs.

Clients appreciate Trisha’s critical thinking, analytical and decision-making skills. She is a strong communicator and collaborator who excels at meeting challenges and exceeding expectations.

Trisha Fisher

Trisha Fisher

Industry Experience

Asset Management, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Nonprofit, Oil & Gas


  • Kaplan University, Associate of Science, Criminal Justice

On a Lighter Note

If you could choose anyone as your mentor, who would you choose?
My dad. Growing up, I witnessed my father working multiple jobs to care for our family. And somehow, he still managed to take us camping and fishing. My dad taught me the importance of family and that I can work through any struggle life may bring.

What was your first job?
At 16, I experienced my first job as the night cashier at Ponderosa. I continued this job through school and worked as an office assistant for an attorney who was a friend of my father. My friends thought I was crazy for working two full-time jobs simultaneously.

What is one of your proudest accomplishments?
My two beautiful daughters. While they are as different as night and day, they are both kindhearted, respectful and determined.