Topics or areas of expertise that June can talk about (even in her sleep):
How we know she knows what she's doing:
June earned her bachelor's degree in business & accounting from Indiana University.
She earned her graduate degree in banking from the University of Wisconsin and earned her graduate certificate in cybersecurity from Missouri State University.
June has 26 years combined experience in the financial services and information security industries, with broad organizational experience in areas including audit, compliance, operations, accounting, and cyber.
Furthering her professional development, June is involved with:
American Institue of CPA's
Information Systems Audit and Control Association (president of the Springfield, MO Chapter)
How she's helped clients meet their business needs:
Whether internal or external clients, and no matter the situation, June has served them best by proving to them she cares about their business and about them as a person. She works hard to become their trusted ally by responding to their wants and needs as quickly and accurately as possible, with great integrity and grace.
June is involved in her community:
Springfield Dream Center
Convoy of Hope
When she's not in the office, you can find her:
Riding her Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic motorcycle with her husband
Hanging out with her eight grandchildren
Teaching a Bible study
Reading good book!
Inside The Mind Of...
What does “A Brighter Way” mean to you? Saying and doing the things that add value to a person's day, life, or business. Being the first person that comes to a person's mind when they need help and hope.
Why do you choose to work at Rea? The team members, the clients, and the culture.
Describe your work style. Serious, but easy-going and fun-loving.
What’s your favorite aspect of your job? Helping others to get or do better each day.
Just For Fun:
What profession would you choose if you didn’t go into accounting? An FBI Agent
What is the number one reason you would hire you? Because I care!
What is the best restaurant you’ve ever eaten at? St. Elmo's in Indianapolis