Karen earned a degree in Accounting and an MBA both from the University of Utah.   She has over 20 years experience working in positions such as Controller, Operational Controller, Director of Operations and Director of Forecasting.   She is a certified Pro-Advisor.  Karen is APICS certified in Production and Inventory Management so she understands both the Accounting and Operational sides of your business.   Karen is an Air National Guard Veteran who retired as a Lt Colonel squadron commander.   She currently serves on the board of the Salt Lake City APICS chapter and the Education Chair for the National Association of Tax Professional Utah Board.


Payroll Manager 

Alicia has been part of our team since 2014.  She is  QuickBooks Online certified and an experienced bookkeeper.  She always strives for accuracy and organization on her projects.  She is the company's payroll expert and would love to help you with any payroll questions.  She is TSheets Certified (our time sheet provider).


QuickBooks Consultant

Breana Nichols graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor's degree in Business Management. She has been working with Green Tree since 2015 and is certified in QuickBooks Online, with Expensify experience. Breana has been working in the accounting field for over 8 years and enjoys solving problems, being efficient, and assisting her clients.


QuickBooks Consultant

Abi McBride is the newest member to the Green Tree team. She is super excited to do what she loves. She graduated from LDSBC in 2017 with an Associates Degree in Accounting and is certified in QuickBooks Online. She enjoys learning, problem solving, and building relationships with her clients.


Tax Professional

Kylene Weakley is the newest member to the Green Tree team. She graduated in 2016 with a Master of Accountancy degree with an emphasis in Public Accounting & Taxation. She has over 3+ years of public accounting and tax preparation experience. She loves organization, solving puzzles and helping clients with complex situations.

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