As a member of MFA’s Audit Practice, Kathryn works closely with her team to lead all areas of the engagement process. Kathryn’s knowledge and experience span a wide variety of industries including software, life sciences, high technology and nonprofits. With Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Accounting from Bentley University, Kathryn’s prestigious educational background and deep technical accounting knowledge make her an invaluable member of MFA’s Audit Team.
Nonprofit organizations we support with audit, tax & advisory solutions
Software and software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies we support in their pursuit for financial vitality
Aggregate revenue of companies we audit
Franchise entities we support with audit, tax, business consulting & financial advisory solutions
Percentage of nonprofits we support who are government-funded
Life sciences companies we support, including biotech, pharma, med device & more
Technology companies we work with to provide a full-spectrum of financial solutions
Companies in the professional services industry we support via tax, audit, technical accounting, transaction & risk advisory solutions
Areas of Focus
At the end of the day, it’s not just about filing tax returns, it’s about teammates. It’s not just about conducting audits, it’s about allies. Being a partner and not a vendor. This is the philosophy that guides how MFA works with each and every customer.
At MFA, we’re a team of voyagers and explorers, chasing and embracing the unknown with the goal of making a difference in the lives of our customers and their families.
We at MFA see the challenge, the unknown, the ambiguity, not as an obstacle but as an opportunity.
The relentless determination of our customers inspires all of us at MFA to develop and discover new and better ways to help foster their continued success.
Our first and most important priority is supporting and growing the financial vitality of our customers and their businesses. And how we go about supporting them in engineering that growth is unlike any other relationship they’ll encounter.
We don’t want to spend time looking in the rear-view mirror when we could be charging forward. Neither do our customers. That’s why we always have our eye on the future as their opportunities, their businesses and their personal lives evolve.
- Guilty Pleasure
- Watching The Bachelor/Bachelorette
- Without my phone, I feel…
- What do you want to be remembered for?
- Being a good person
- What’s the best way to start the day?
- With a cup of coffee