Becky concentrates her accounting and income taxation practice on real estate owners and managers, manufacturers, retailers, photographers and non-profits. She is a member of the Illinois CPA Society, AICPA and served on the Board of Directors of Commercial Real Estate Executive Women of Chicago (CREW).
Becky began her career in 1990 after graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy. She received a Master of Science in Taxation from DePaul University in 2006. Prior to joining the firm in 2001, Becky spent 11 years at Deloitte & Touche LLP as a Senior Manager in the Assurance and Advisory Services Group.
Becky currently lives in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago. Becky loves traveling and has been to six of the seven continents. She also enjoys reading, cycling, and attending theatre, live music, and sporting events in Chicago and across the country.
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