Kai Kight, Violinist, Composer
Kight has inspired thousands to reach their creative potential. An innovative violinist, composer and speaker, Kight uses music to fuel his mission to spark a global mindset shift in which ingenuity is the norm, not the exception. He performs original music with stories of transformation to create an emotionally powerful experience.
Randy Adams, EA
Adams owns Rotation Management Corp., a tax preparation and accounting business located in Des Moines, Iowa. He enjoys consulting with business owners on using QuickBooks for their bookkeeping and teaching tax classes. In his spare time, Adams enjoys biking, motorcycling and hiking in the national parks.
Jeannine K. Brown
Brown founded Everyday Lead in Atlanta, Georgia, and has an active role and voice to champion the importance of diversity, equity, belonging and inclusion among individuals, cultures and systems. She works closely with clients, delivering solutions to increase retention, decrease attrition cost, attract new talent and create competitive advantages through the power of inclusion.
Genaro Cardaropoli, CPA, CAA, MPA
Cardaropoli has over nine years of experience in public accounting in both large and small firm settings. He currently owns his own practice where he grew his own clientele and purchased a book of business. Cardaropoli offers accounting, tax and consulting services in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Frank Castillo, CPA
Castillo has over 30 years of public/private experience overseeing the financial and tax affairs of high net worth individuals, including executives, business mavericks, professional athletes and performing artists. He worked for Fortune 500 companies and top 100 ranked accounting firms. Castillo and his family currently reside in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
Jason H. Daughtry, EA
Daughtry is a co-owner of Affirmative Tax Relief in Mays Landing, New Jersey, where he works side by side with his wife who is also an enrolled agent. He enjoys spending much of his time mentoring enrolled agents and other tax professionals in representation and advocating for the taxpayer.
Jennifer DiMotta, MA
Founder of Uprisors, a leadership wellness program for women, DiMotta works with emerging female leaders across the globe using her proprietary six-step methodology to develop their leadership, health and financial acumen skills. DiMotta is originally from Omaha, Nebraska, and currently resides in beautiful Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Marc Dombrowski, EA
Dombrowski has experience solving a variety of business and personal tax and debt problems. Dombrowski specializes in tax resolution services, including IRS/state collections cases, settlements, tax lien releases and corporate officer assessments. He also enjoys playing soccer, is a Jeep enthusiast and history buff.
Jared Foos, EA
Foos has nine years of tax preparation experience and is a partner of Foos Garvin Accounting, LLP in Ohio. He specializes in tax planning, business consulting, representation and assisting business owners select the best tax entity. He enjoys the personal focus on people, not just their business or return, but them as individuals.
Sheri Fronsee, CPA
Fronsee has worked in both private industry and small tax offices, never quite figuring out which she preferred until she found NATP. Currently, she works for NATP as a member of the tax content team where she attempts to write as much creative “nonfiction” as possible.
Melinda Garvin, EA
Garvin has 30+ years of experience serving individual and businesses tax needs. To further encourage in-office 'best practices', Garvin wrote the manual "Audit Proof the Tax Office" and "Best Practices for the Tax Office." She has a strong aspiration to support the many sides of interactions with clients and IRS.
Thomas A. Gorczynski, EA, USTCP
Gorczynski is a Phoenix-based tax professional whose firm specializes in tax preparation and planning for individuals and small businesses, international tax compliance, and representation before the IRS and the United States Tax Court. He earned a Master of Science in Taxation from Golden Gate University.
Larry Gray, CPA, CGMA
Gray directs his firm’s accounting, consulting and tax practice located in Rolla, Missouri. He is a forensic accounting specialist and provides expert witness testimony. Gray served on the IRS’s Commissioner’s Advisory Group, ETAAC, IRPAC and IRSAC, and recently testified before the House Ways and Means Committee.
Eric Green, JD, LL.M
Green developed a national reputation by building a remarkable record of negotiating favorable settlements in thousands of civil cases against government agencies and has also been able to convince government agents and attorneys to forgo criminal charges and civilly resolve many cases.
Peter Haukebo, Esq.
Haukebo is a director at Frost Law and concentrates in the areas of tax controversy, planning and business transactions. From 2013 to 2019, Haukebo served as an adjunct professor of law instructing in the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.
Katrina C.M. Haynes, CPA
Haynes has over 20 years of experience providing U.S. citizens, U.S. green card holders, and foreign nationals with tax consulting and compliance services at some of the largest accounting firms in the world. She is passionate about providing high-quality tax and consulting services at reasonable prices.
Kathryn M. Keane, EA
Keane is the principal tax professional at Macanta Corporation, a small family-owned tax and related services practice located in Brooklyn, New York, serving over 1,015 individual clients and 86 businesses, along with many non-profits. She currently serves the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians as an officer in her division and county.
Joshua Lance, CPA
Lance has been in practice since 2005 and is the managing director of Lance CPA Group, a virtual and remote practice providing accounting, tax and consulting services to craft breweries and digital agencies. Lance has been named to CPA Practice Advisor’s 40 under 40 for 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Paul J. Mamo
Mamo serves as the Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Services and Enforcement, at the IRS. He advises on the development of Service wide policies to address cross functional issues and develops joint strategies with other IRS officials to ensure consistency of approach and treatment of taxpayers and employees.
Brad Messner, EA, MBA, CBSA
Messner has over 25 years of experience specializing in corporate, farm and rental income tax. He is a
third-generation owner of M&J Tax Service in Pennsylvania. After obtaining his MBA, Messner became a professor at Seton Hill University where
he teaches cybersecurity, computer science and
Matt Metras, EA
Metras is the owner of MDM Financial Services in Irondequoit, New York. He has been practicing since 2003 and specializes in bookkeeping and taxation for cryptocurrency clients. He is a frequent guest on the Bitcoin Taxes podcast, is a passionate community advocate and serves on his local board of education.
Kathryn Morgan, EA, USTCP
Morgan recently retired after 25 years with H&R Block and started her own practice, Puzzled By Taxes, LLC. Her prior careers as a USAF military police officer and as a police communications officer for the Bossier City Police give her a wide variety of experience that translates into tax issues.
Eli Noff, Esq., CPA
Noff uses his background as a CPA and attorney to defend clients before the IRS and state taxing authorities. He is also the firm's lead on international tax matters, representing clients in a significant number of tax collection matters, federal and state examinations and appeals, IRS criminal investigations and more.
Steve O’Rourke, EA
O’Rourke is an enrolled agent and has over 35 years of experience teaching seminars for NATP. He also owns and operates a tax and accounting practice which currently services more than 2,600 clients. He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
Alice Orzechowski, CPA, EA, CMA
Orzechowski is the author of numerous articles and textbooks for tax professionals including “101 Tips for Maximizing College Financial Aid” and “Success Strategies for Understanding and Avoiding AMT.” Her CPA practice in Frederick, Maryland, specializes in taxes for individuals, small businesses, and estates and trusts.
James Pollack, CPA
Pollack graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a master’s degree in accounting and began his career working for a large firm in Uptown Charlotte. It wasn’t long before he realized his true passion lies in assisting small businesses owners and individuals on a personal level. Pollack enjoys fantasy sports, poker and music.
Kevin Reinard, CRTP
As a foremost expert on professional tax products, Reinard has been with Intuit for 40 years. He has served Intuit customers in various functions, including product management and sales. Kevin’s expertise has been focused largely on customer-training activities, including webinars, recorded videos, and face-to-face events.
Allan “A.J.” Reynolds, EA
Reynolds has over 30 years of experience in various areas of taxation. He brings his every day “in the trenches” experience when assisting attendees with real issues affecting tax professionals. Reynolds started his tax career in San Diego after proudly serving in the United States Navy onboard the Guided Missile Destroyer USS Callaghan.
Jane Ryder, EA, CPA
Ryder has been providing tax, accounting and tax collection resolution services since 1980. She runs her San Diego CPA firm, Brass Tax Ryder Professional Group, Inc., and writes and speaks on income tax and accounting. Ryder specializes in tax agency collections, audits, audit appeals, offers in compromise and other compliance-related issues.
Laura Strombom, EA, MBA
Strombom graduated from college with a degree in animal science and had no idea that one day she'd end up in the accounting field. While taking courses to make her a better business owner, Strombom discovered a passion for numbers. She enjoys riding her horses on the local trails and spending down-time with her dogs.
Tyrone J. Taylor, EA
Taylor has 15 years of experience as a tax professional. His specialty is representing taxpayers in front of the IRS and state tax offices. Taylor earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He also obtained both an MBA and a Master's in Accountancy from the University of Phoenix.
Jaye Tritz, EA, CFP®
Tritz holds a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University and is currently a multi-unit franchise owner with H&R Block in southeast Wisconsin. She is registered with the NASD, holding Series 6, 7 and 63 securities licenses. Her practice provides tax preparation, representation, business services and financial planning for approximately 3,700 clients.
Amy Wall, EA, MBA
Amy Wall is part tax-geek, part money-geek and
part-science geek. With a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and a second major in economics, as well as an MBA, she spent a good part of her life in the defense industry before electing to stop building bombs and make the move into tax world.