Making small business beautiful, together in the Bay Area

I love a good challenge. The challenge and satisfaction of leading the accounting profession through automation and AI was too enticing so before starting my own CPA practice, I decided to jump in the fray and join Xero. I was previously an Examination Manager for FINRA, leading teams in to cybersecurity, financial and compliance audits. I have also been a Senior Accountant at a Fortune 500 company and worked at Grant Thornton.

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— Rafael Skovron, National Account Director

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Kyle Carriere

Community Account Manager

It's my job to analyze your practice needs and help you optimize Xero and set your firm up for success. I'll be here through your practice's journey as you grow on our platform. 

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Liz Mason

Liz Mason

Xero Ambassador

I'm here to help current and potential partners along their journey to the cloud and expand the mindset of the profession.

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Partner Development Representative

I help get you started with the Partner Program, setup your Partner Edition account, and answer any questions along the way. Let me know how I can help you be successful with Xero.

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