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Ruth Dickson is a professional bookkeeper and is the principal shareholder in the firm of Bottom Line Accounting Service, Inc. She has worked in accounting and financial management for over two decades.
Ruth received her Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree in accounting from Brigham Young University - Idaho. While studying at the University, she served as a math tutor while satisfying her accounting degree requirements. She has continued her professional education through courses offered by the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers, a national association dedicated to the improvement of the profession and is a certified QuickBooks pro advisor.
Ruth gained a broad base of accounting and bookkeeping experience early in her career with positions at construction and manufacturing companies, becoming proficient in all aspects of accounting, including financial statement preparation and reporting, general ledger activities, accounts receivable, accounts payable, fixed assets and payroll. With this experience she founded Bottom Line Accounting Services, Inc., and has served construction, manufacturing, property management, non-profit, insurance, and other entities for over 20 years.
Ruth’s practice as a professional bookkeeper is focused on providing superior service to a limited number of organizations in the Denver Metro area.
Ruth is a member of the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers. Her services to other civic organizations have included a membership with the Boy Scouts of America (Cub Scout Den Leader, Troop Committee Treasurer, and registered merit badge counselor, Denver Area Council).
Greg Dickson is a former partner in a Certified Public Accounting firm in the State of Colorado, and has worked in public accounting and financial management serving non-profit organizations for nearly three decades.
Mr. Dickson's public accounting career began in Seattle with a large firm, which gave him a broad base of experience serving non-profit, insurance, manufacturing and wholesale clients, professional practices, and in estate planning and taxation matters. Mr. Dickson then accepted a position with a local firm in the Seattle area, and within one year he was offered ownership in the firm. After a twelve year absence from his home state of Colorado, Mr. Dickson sold his practice in Washington and returned to Denver in 1997, joining the firm Heider, Tanner & Dirks, Inc. During his tenure at Heider, Tanner & Dirks, Mr. Dickson's practice focused on non-profit organizations, serving as auditor and consultant for more than 60 non-profit organizations throughout Colorado, and more than 70 performing arts organizations across the country.
In 2009, Mr. Dickson "retired" from Heider, Tanner & Dirks, and now focuses on three areas important to him: (1) applying his considerable experience to assist small non-profits in day-to-day accounting needs; (2) helping small to mid-size non-profits establish solid financial accounting and management practices; and (3) providing financial analysis and consulting services to large non-profits and performing arts groups.
In addition to being a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Colorado Society of CPAs, Mr. Dickson is also a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA).
Nathan B. and Florence R. Burt Foundation – currently serving as trustee and treasurer.
Sacred Heart House of Denver – currently serving as board member,
CASA of Adams and Broomfield Counties – former board member, executive committee.
Jeremy Bloom’s Wish of a Lifetime – former board member, treasurer.
Growing Home – former chairman and board president, former treasurer.
Aurora Symphony – former board member and treasurer.
Colorado Railroad Historical Society Advisory Board (Colorado Railroad Museum) - Former advisory board member.
East High School Business School Advisory Board - former President, board member.
Thornton Community Band - former board member, SCFD Liason.
Boy Scouts of America – registered merit badge counselor, former Troop Committee Chairman.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints – former Bishop.
Selected national performing arts groups for which financial analysis have been performed:
California Musical Theater
Central City Opera
Glimmerglass Opera Theatre
Grand Rapids Symphony
Houston Grand Opera
Lyric Opera of Chicago
Michigan Opera Theater
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
Modesto Symphony Association
New Haven Symphony
New Jersey Symphony
New Mexico Symphony
San Antonio Symphony
San Bernardino Symphony
San Francisco Ballet
San Francisco Opera
San Francisco Symphony
Santa Rosa Symphony
South Bend Symphony
St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Utah Symphony and Opera
West Virginia Symphony
Kourtney Rimbert received her Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree in accounting from Mesa University. She then graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
Kourtney managed the accounting for her family business in Leadville, CO for 15 years. Before joining ADNP, Kourtney spent 4 years as the Finance Director for a large nonprofit organization with employees in several locations in Colorado and Utah and activities throughout North and South America; she managed accounting staff and all aspects of financial management, from supervising general ledger activities Kourtney’s skills include work in accounting, payroll, business administration, business management, budget preparation, and financial reporting. Kourtney is an Intuit Quickbooks Pro Advisor.
Connie Spencer graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. Her experience in accounting goes back 30 years, and includes work with both nonprofit and for profit organizations. Connie’s skills include work in accounting, tax preparation, payroll tax management, business management, business administration, human resource development, and employee supervision. Connie has also extended her skills to include website development, tradeshow management and a variety of marketing programs.
Connie’s background includes work with organizations including Arabian Horse Registry, North American Riding for the Handicapped Assoc (NARHA, currently PATH Int’l) Colorado Horse Council, Rocky Mountain Horse Expo, Colorado Horse Development Authority, and numerous small businesses and individuals providing tax return preparation, bookkeeping, payroll and payroll tax services.
Hillary Morgridge is a Certified Public Accountant with experience in both nonprofit industry, as well as public accounting. During her time in public accounting she has worked with over 200 nonprofits providing tax consulting related to annual tax filings, and unique tax issues related to Unrelated Business Income, Related Party Transactions, IRS controversy work, and much more. Hillary is both a member of the American Institute of CPAs, and the Colorado Society of CPAs. Hillary currently serves as both the Treasurer of Impact100 Metro Denver, as well as the Treasurer for RMC Health. Hillary finds her drive in using her knowledge of Not for Profit Accounting to help further the missions of nonprofits in her community.
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