It is our pleasure to introduce Harrison Miller, who has joined us as a Staff Accountant. Harrison hails from Nashville, Tennessee but now resides in the scenic city of Chattanooga nestled along the Tennessee River in the Appalachian Mountains.
With two and a half years of public accounting under his belt, Harrison joins us with experience in auditing and taxation. He has worked with an array of clients and demonstrated adaptability and a knack for fostering strong client relationships.
However, it’s his passion for nonprofits and businesses focused on individual growth and success that truly sets Harrison apart. He is energized by the opportunity to support these organizations, knowing the impact they have on their communities.
When he’s not crunching numbers or advising clients, you might find Harrison outdoors, hiking, camping, or boating. He’s also a proud dog owner who loves spending time playing with his furry friend at the park. His love for connecting with cultures outside his own has also nurtured a passion for traveling. Always eager to explore new horizons, Harrison enjoys broadening his perspective through those experiences.
Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Harrison. We can’t wait to see the contributions he will bring to our team. Welcome aboard, Harrison!
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