What is the most exciting thing about working for The Crowther Group?
The most exciting part of working for The Crowther Group is the complete feeling of inclusion. From the first day I stepped into the office, I felt as if I were part of a team that truly cares for those around them including their community. There is a great sense of community within the organization and that spills over into everything The Crowther Group stands for.
What is your philosophy about giving back to the community?
We all have opportunities to give back and should grab every possible chance to do so. Not everyone is able to hold office but by giving back, we all can leave our imprint on the community. The communities we live in can only be as great as the efforts put back into them. I wholeheartedly accept my responsibility as a member of my community and as a part of The Crowther Group. Whether it is through organized efforts to give back or random acts of kindness, I feel each makes the community stronger and provides endless opportunities.
Name a technology innovation that has made an impact in office management or an area where there are opportunities for innovation.
Other than the obvious impact Cloud Accounting brings by increasing connectivity dramatically, I would say that Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Algorithms have innovated my area of expertise. With the help of accounting software that uses machine learning processes, the software can suggest the right account code for each transaction. As a result, the accounting process is more accurate and efficient.
Tell us an awesome fact about yourself or the role you have in the company.
My first love and professional interest was in medicine prior to accounting. I loved the thought of being able to fix people and give them hope. During my time exploring medicine I was able to get the full experience and scrub in on a heart surgery. The most awesome part of the experience was actually holding a beating heart in my hands! I love to explore and learn new things, but I would have to say, it would take a lot to top that experience.