Cayce is a 2003 graduate of Tennessee Wesleyan College with a degree in Business Administration with a double emphasis in accounting and history. She obtained several years of experience at Arnett, Kirksey, Sullivan, Lay & Hall PLLC in Cleveland, Tennessee before joining the staff in June 2006. In 2011, she was promoted to Director of Tax services. At the firm her responsibilities include preparing business and individual tax returns, monthly financial statements, reviewed financial statements, payroll and QuickBooks consulting.
She is a 2012 graduate of Leadership McMinn, currently serving on the Athens Chamber of Commerce board, President of the Lenoir City Civitan, Lenoir City Committee 100 member, and a United Way Day of Caring volunteer. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband, Jeremy, and son, Brody and daughter Henley, as well as family and friends.
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