Karen grew up knowing her mother was an undercover superhero. Her father was self-employed and while he was out working in the business every day, mom kept the business running. Karen fell in love with the idea of being the partner behind the scenes, helping the business grow and thrive. She played the role of the behind the scenes partner for 30 years before stepping into the spotlight as our Supervisor of Operations.
Karen knows that accounting today is not like it was 30 years ago. It has always been an ever-changing profession with new twists at every turn of the calendar, but the number of new things seems to steadily increase year by year. That’s why Karen loves working at Landis & Associates. “The technology is the best thing about working here. The things we do to stay ahead of the curve and on the leading edge totally surpasses what everyone else is doing. With today’s vast changes you have to be diligent with foresight and forward thinking.”
Karen’s experiences offer us insight and a fresh perspective. Her nurturing spirit is perfect for her supervisory position.
Our goal is to honor God with our whole lives. In keeping with that, we strive to operate our firm according to Biblical principles of honesty, integrity, and putting others first. We look forward to working with you, and helping you solve your small business challenges.
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