Julie A. Pesek, MBA
Julie joined Aspire CPAs in 2015. She brings a diverse background from different industries and roles, which serves as a valuable asset to our client portfolio. She also oversees business development and technical operations for Aspire.
Julie has a Bachelor’s of Science in Retail Management and a minor in Sociology from Purdue University. She received a Master’s of Business Administration in Accounting from Indiana Wesleyan University. Currently, Julie is sitting for the CPA.
Julie also owns and manages a film production and screenwriting company in her spare time.
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