Maureen Wyer has called Colorado her home for over 40 years. Her first career was showing horses nationally, in which she garnered champion titles. Her bookkeeping started with QuickBooks in 1994 and offered bookkeeping services while pursuing a career of designing kitchen and baths. Maureen completed hundreds of homes, in new construction and remodels, in the Telluride and Denver area.
After being in the Construction Industry for over 20 years, Maureen returned to her bookkeeping roots. She began remote work in 2018 and with the growth of technology, she now has multi-state clients specializing in the construction industry.
William has a passion for helping business owners and companies analyze transactions to optimize business operation and increase efficiency. With a strong technical and accounting background, he provides his companies with expert advice, professionalism, responsiveness and peace of mind.
William currently holds the position of Director of Accounting for a public Real Estate company. Before that, he was a controller at Fortune 500 electronic manufacturing corporation for 5 years. William started his career as an internal auditor and advanced through the ranks within several tech companies in Silicon Valley.
Michael has an extensive career in corporate accounting & finance specifically in Capital Markets, Institutional Banking, Construction & Real Estate Finance and Risk Management. In addition, Michael also has extensive project management experience with an emphasis in financial systems implementation. Appointments as CFO, Vice President or Controller:
Bank of America, New York
Merrill Lynch, New York & North Carolina
Société Générale, New York
Nomura Securities International, New York
Credit Suisse, New York
Savannah Asset Management, New York
Lehman Brothers, New York
REITs and Construction Fractional CFO
Entertainment & Media Fractional CFO
I have been in the construction bookkeeping field for 15 years. I stumbled across the field after being laid off from a civilian government job and deciding to make a career change. It has been a challenge in the most rewarding way to start in a field where I had little to no experience. Now, I feel like I have a pretty good handle on the industry and what I can do to excel in my career field. I enjoy learning from others and finding new, more efficient ways to complete tasks. In this industry there is something new to learn everyday as things are constantly evolving.
My husband, Jason, and I have three kids ranging in age from 10 to 19 and we also have 5 amazing rescue dogs. Our newest addition, Arson (Dalmatian), is a perfect fit as my husband is a civilian firefighter with the USAF. With our oldest in college, we are getting our first taste of being semi-empty nesters. We enjoy spending time with our kids, dogs, and finding treasures at antique shops and trying new restaurants. Born and raised in the Midwest, we also enjoy trying to predict the weather as we sometimes experience all 4 seasons in one day. It certainly makes life interesting!
"Known as 'America's Project Manager,' Gary has a fondness for the construction industry, along with digital marketing. Garyhas 20+ years in construction project management, 9+ years as director of marketing for several companies, 20+ years as storyteller & public speaker, and 15+ years as magazine columnist (Masonry Magazine carries my column, "The Full Project Manager", now in its 16th year!)
Andrew began his journey in the accounting industry in 2012 after graduating from the University of Massachusetts- Dartmouth with a Bachelors of Science in Accounting. After graduation, he started working as a staff accountant at a local circuit board manufacturing company in New Bedford. He then went on to work as an accountant at a drywall company where he was introduced into the construction industry and gained much of his clerical construction knowledge. The constant contact between estimators, project managers, field superintendents, subcontractors, general contractors, owners and field personnel was instrumental to his growth. He was later promoted to the company Controller, with his main focus on operations. Andrew went on to a larger carpentry company as an accountant where he handled all of the day-to-day accounting needs as well as the job/projects financials and worked with management on process improvements.