Shayna Lane joined the Dunning & Associates team in 1999. A manager at the firm, Shayna specializes in QuickBooks training and consulting, as well as accounting and tax for the construction and not-for-profit industries. Shayna also plans and prepares corporate and personal income tax returns in addition to monthly financial statements.
Shayna has earned a Bachelor in Business Economics with concentrations in Accounting, Finance, and Management, and is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor. She also serves as a member of RMI’s loan committee.
Outside of the office, Shayna enjoys volleyball, football, basketball, mountain climbing, rollerblading, running, and reading.
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