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CPA Stories

Nick Swedberg
Hospitality guru serves up business success
October 24, 2022
He helped his dozens of business clients not only survive the pandemic but thrive and build toward a new future. "The most common expression I got from clients was how much calmer they felt after talking to me,” Swedberg said... Read more
Sally Mainquist
Helping to end Alzheimer’s one step at a time
September 6, 2022
The annual Alzheimer’s Association’s event is one of Sally’s numerous passions. Promise Garden flowers displayed during the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s event make for festive frames... Read more
Nate Albrecht
Finding the balance of life and work
August 30, 2022
You may not know who Nate Albrecht is, but if you were an MNCPA member in April 2016, you’ve seen him... Read more
Peggy Benson
Helping others understand tax-code complexities for more than two decades
July 28, 2022
“You’ve got to do what you’re best at and what’s fun for you because if you don’t make it fun, it’s a chore and you’re not going to want to do it,” Peggy said... Read more
Randy Zats
Creating pathways for future CPAs
June 14, 2022
You don’t need to be perfect; you just need to start where you are. It’s a philosophy that MNCPA member Randy Zats, CPA has used throughout his accounting career, wellness journey and volunteerism — particularly in addressing the talent pipeline shortage.  Read more
Eric Grube
Caring about people, the pipeline
June 8, 2022
Education isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s an awesome responsibility that educators at all levels take seriously, and there’s no greater example of this than Eric Grube, CPA, DBA, chair of the accounting program at Concordia University, St. Paul. Read more
Boz Bostrom
Striving to make accounting cool
June 1, 2022
In Clemens Stadium at Saint John’s University in Collegeville, the scoreboard is lit, and all eyes are on Boz Bostrom. He’s not leading the school’s football team to its next big win. Instead, he is helping his students gain the tools they’ll need to succeed. Read more