Wendy has been in the accounting business for thirty years and finds (legal!) tax avoidance thoroughly entertaining. She is a Certified Public Accountant as well as an Enrolled Agent for the IRS. She is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Oregon Society of CPAs. Back in college days at the University of Oregon, she was an officer for Beta Alpha Psi accounting fraternity. These days, she is an active member of Eugene Delta Rotary and enjoys community service with The Fun Club.
Wendy has been a Certified Professional QuickBooks Advisor since the inception of the program over fifteen years ago and is known (only half-jokingly) as the “QuickBooks Queen.” She doesn’t know everything about QuickBooks, of course, but is very, very handy to have around when you get stuck or need a new file designed.
Ken joined Mike Wooten in October of 1990 to form the firm of Wooten & Mischel. Prior to that time, Ken worked principally for the firm of Kernutt Stokes Brandt & Company beginning in January 1977, earning his CPA certification in 1979. Ken is a graduate of Portland State University. He is a member of the Oregon Society of CPAs.
Ken and his wife Crystal are very active in community events. His civic activities include serving on a Lane County Revenue Task Force and on the Springfield Budget Committee. He is active in Rotary having served as President of Springfield-Twin Rivers Rotary Club, Chairman of the Eugene/Springfield Great Rotary Duck Race, District Treasurer of Rotary District 5110 and Assistant Governor. He also is active in Boy Scouting having served as Adult Partner/Treasurer of Tsisqan Lodge of the Order of the Arrow of Oregon Trail Council. Ken has been nominated and awarded the Silver Beaver Award, an annual honor given to one distinguished leader within the council.
Adam has over ten years of accounting experience, earning his CPA certification in 2010. His favorite part of public accounting is seeing his clients succeed and grow. He graduated from the University of Oregon, and loves our local community.
Part of Adam’s accounting experience included working as a controller for a manufacturing company for five years and he retains his passion for working with businesses. Be it a small startup, or a an established company, he is very excited to assist with accounting solutions for any business he works with.