Amy Romano has a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. She spent the first 3 years in public accounting providing accounting and tax services for small and medium-sized businesses, as well as specializing in audits of nonprofit and governmental agencies. During this time, she also helped establish a subsidiary company within the CPA firm with respects to pension benefit management. This involved establishing accounting processes and administration for defined benefit and contribution plans in accordance with ERISA and yearly tax filings.
Upon leaving the public accounting setting, Amy furthered her career in the healthcare industry as a Senior Accountant for a local hospital affiliated at the national level with Ascension Health. She was responsible for managing the accounts payable department and staff accountants, managing day-to-day accounting operations within finance department. In this position, she was also responsible for reporting monthly, quarterly and annual financial statement requirements to the Board of Directors, as well as to Ascension Health, at the national level. With limited availability for work/family life balance, Amy ultimately left this position. During this time, she began providing freelance accounting and tax services for small and medium sized businesses throughout the upstate NY area. In early 2013, her husband was given an amazing opportunity to relocate to Middle Tennessee. With the inability to be readily accessible to her clients, the established family business dissolved.
After relocating and becoming established in Middle Tennessee, Amy returned to the workforce with Randolph Business Resources. This experience has allowed her to continue to provide accounting services small to medium businesses to thrive in the community, as her grandparents business once did. She enjoys establishing and maintaining accounting processes for these businesses, meeting people within the community and seeing firsthand the goods and services these businesses provide.
Amy is married to her husband Pete of 20 years and they have three busy teenage sons. Most of their free time is spent cheering from the sidelines at various gyms and fields throughout the area. If not at the field, Amy enjoys exercising, cooking and crafting.