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Daria M. AliAnne Marie E. AshworthAnn J. BeckwithKara V. BestlerX. Alexandra ChastainDiane M. CookKevin R. DraudtCharles B. FlowersAaron E. GrahamLaird W. GreenBethany M. GriffithCharles W. HammerCorinne S. HannaCheryl R. HollandWilliam R. JeterAlexa N. KirbyEdward W. Kramer, IIJ. Abigail MasonSusan A. McCantsJonathan J. RobertsonStephen J. ScottEileen M. StevensMolly A. ThomasIdene T. ThompsonPatricia P. Watson
 

Diane M. Cook fpqp™

“I was settling into a rather standardized accounting career until Abacus came along and I had no choice but to jump from the mundane into the passionate.”

“Yes, I took off the green eye shades – well, figuratively. Now I get to think outside the numbers, be a collaborator – with both clients and the Abacus team – and change my outlook from one of absolutes to one of possibilities. I guess it’s a good thing I am motivated by change and a sucker for a challenge.”

BTW, there is one challenge Diane has no intention of accepting – never, ever. “I love the outdoors – hiking, kayaking, the works – but I cannot go camping. I am terrified of bugs and don’t do snakes. Do not let me go to sleep out there.”

Diane Recommends


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“I was settling into a rather standardized accounting career until Abacus came along and I had no choice but to jump from the mundane into the passionate.”

“Yes, I took off the green eye shades – well, figuratively. Now I get to think outside the numbers, be a collaborator – with both clients and the Abacus team – and change my outlook from one of absolutes to one of possibilities. I guess it’s a good thing I am motivated by change and a sucker for a challenge.”

BTW, there is one challenge Diane has no intention of accepting – never, ever. “I love the outdoors – hiking, kayaking, the works – but I cannot go camping. I am terrified of bugs and don’t do snakes. Do not let me go to sleep out there.”

Diane Recommends


The M-Factor: How the Millennial Generation Is Rocking the Workplace
Lynne C. Lancaster


The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter
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Bit Literacy: Productivity in the Age of Information and E-mail Overload
Mark Hurst


Acorns Investing

“I was settling into a rather standardized accounting career until Abacus came along and I had no choice but to jump from the mundane into the passionate.”

“Yes, I took off the green eye shades – well, figuratively. Now I get to think outside the numbers, be a collaborator – with both clients and the Abacus team – and change my outlook from one of absolutes to one of possibilities. I guess it’s a good thing I am motivated by change and a sucker for a challenge.”

BTW, there is one challenge Diane has no intention of accepting – never, ever. “I love the outdoors – hiking, kayaking, the works – but I cannot go camping. I am terrified of bugs and don’t do snakes. Do not let me go to sleep out there.”

Diane Recommends


The M-Factor: How the Millennial Generation Is Rocking the Workplace
Lynne C. Lancaster


The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter
Meg Jay


Bit Literacy: Productivity in the Age of Information and E-mail Overload
Mark Hurst


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