Julie has worked part-time in the Sweetwater office since 2015. Her responsibilities include assembling tax returns and helping with other office duties. She is a graduate of Tennessee Wesleyan where she received her degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting, General Management, and Human Resource Management.
Prior to coming here, she worked for Gemtron Corporation for 18 years. She worked in all areas of the accounting department, but invoicing and accounts payable were her main focus. She took a break from working full-time to be a stay-at-home mom. Working part-time has been a really great fit for her and her family.
Julie lives in Sweetwater with her husband Jeff. They have two children, Justin and Jordan. Julie loves spending time with her family and friends and getting outdoors as much as possible.
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