Nicole Gugle joined the Dunning & Associates team in December 2015 after moving through the ranks at Grant Thornton from intern to senior associate. Her prior experience in wealth planning makes her a natural as a specialist in tax compliance for individuals and trusts.
A CPA, Nicole earned her BBA in Accounting at Wichita State University. She is a member of Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Nicole obtained her first college degrees in nutrition where she discovered that being a foodie was a wonderful hobby, but not a career path for her. She also enjoys family time, particularly chasing after her toddler!
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