Eide Bailly LLP adds to staff

2012-02-12T00:00:00Z Eide Bailly LLP adds to staff The Billings Gazette
February 12, 2012 12:00 am

Eide Bailly LLP, a regional certified public accounting and business advisory firm, has added Amanda Nielsen, Amy Marcotte, Dawn Kellam, Gabe Holmes, Karena Ketchum and Tanya Huston to its Billings office.

Nielsen, CPA, is a tax manager with more than five years of public accounting experience. She specializes in providing tax compliance, consulting and business advisory services to a diversified client base. She is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and Montana Society of CPAs and received her bachelor's degree in business administration from Gonzaga University in Spokane.

Marcotte, a tax associate, has a bachelor's degree in accounting from Montana State University Billings. Kellam, an audit associate, has a master's degree in accounting from Montana State University-Bozeman.

Holmes is a tax intern who will graduate from Montana State University Billings in May. Ketchum, also a tax intern, will graduate from Rocky Mountain College in Billings in May.

Huston provides administrative support in a variety of roles.

 

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