Peggy Brown has extensive experience that includes accounting and management positions for various industries including construction, international manufacturing, technology, municipal government, and multinational wholesale distribution with a variety of businesses including Burnes Group Operating Company (Rubbermaid), City of Lubbock, Texas, and United States Gypsum. She has also worked at various small businesses prior to becoming Office Manager and Senior Accounting Specialist for Gary R Brown CPA LLC where she is responsible for client accounting, financial statement and tax preparation and payroll supervision. Her strengths include:
She holds a BA in Accounting from DePaul University and has taken various advanced tax and accounting courses. She has also been active in developing and maintaining various accounting and treasury records for several church and civic organizations and is serving on the Global Board of the Institute of Management Accountants and is a past president of the Texas Council and Austin Chapter of IMA. She is also a graduate of Leadership Georgetown.
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