(Wesley Chapel, FL, August 06, 2013) —- Representatives with SK Financial CPA, LLC (http://skfinancial.com ) announced today that it has added Brenda D. Kenny, CPA to its team, who will serves as the company’s new government contracting accounting specialist.
“Brenda D. Kenny, CPA has nine years of experience in financial and government accounting,” said Shams Khan, CEO of SK Financial CPA LLC, which provides a variety of tax services for individuals, small to medium size businesses, and diversified groups of professionals.
Khan went on to point out that Kenny has special expertise in healthcare, non-for-profit, small business and government accounting in all areas of financial and budgetary preparation.
During the past three years, Khan noted, Kenny was employed as a Senior Auditor with the Department of Contract Auditing Agency (DCAA) within the United States Department of Defense.
Khan added that the addition of Kenny would benefit its clients as well as SK Financial LLC., whose services include a full accounting department, monthly bookkeeping, QuickBooks health check, tax preparation, payroll, HR services, reviews, compilations, new business setup, DCAA compliant accounting, as well as marketing and business consultations for small to mid-size businesses.
SK Financial, which was featured in the March 13 Wesley County Neighborhood News for its dedication for helping individuals and businesses meet their financial goals, has offices in Tampa and Wesley Chapel, Florida.
Kenny has been a licensed Florida CPA since March, 2011. She received a Bachelor of Accounting from the University of South Florida (USF) and a Masters In Accounting from Nova Southeastern University (NSU).
Khan pointed out that Kenny earned high honors during her academic career including Golden Key International Honor Society and Phi Theta Kappa.
In addition, Kenny has served as an appointed Board Member of the USF National Alumni Association for one term and served many terms on the National Alumni Association Finance Committee.
Kenny also served two years on the Tarpon Springs Little League Board of Directors as Treasurer.
“With all of her experience, she will fit right in with us,” Khan said in reference to Kenny, who continues her involvement in her USF alma mater by continuing to foster business relationships between the Tampa Bay Community and USF Alumni Association and serving as the Chair of the Pinellas County Alumni Chapter. “We couldn’t have added a more qualified person for this position. We’re excited and pleased that she is onboard.”