When Anne Nolie came on board to Pro Back Office in February 2017, she brought with her valuable accounting and financial systems experience. Her accounting background includes a high-quality mix of experience: 1) an auditor for a public accounting firm, 2) accounting manager for a $500M media company, 3) and assistant controller responsible for preparing financial statements and establishing internal controls to minimize risk. More importantly, it is the depth of her financial systems experience is what makes Anne a strong asset to the PBO team.
Prior to joining PBO, Anne was the Financial Systems Manager for a global digital marketing firm. Reporting directly to the CFO, Anne was responsible for administration of the NetSuite ERP platform, supporting all departments across 10 subsidiaries within a global organization. She manage accounting/finance related NetSuite requests including building custom reporting in multiple currencies and levels of consolidation, tax code configuration, and chart of account maintenance.
However with two young children, Anne was striving for more balance between her personal and professional life. Coincidentally, she was introduced to PBO by a fellow mom from her son’s preschool and became very interested in the opportunity.
“I’m really enjoying my time at PBO,” says Anne. “The flexibility to manage her personal time and professional commitments, along with the varied project work is very fulfilling. I’m working with a handful of clients on controller-level responsibilities with either their staff or our PBO staff.”
Additionally Anne is really excited to be working with PBO’s Greg Leiser on developing next generation reporting packages for PBO clients. “The financial reporting models that we are working on will help to standardize updates and not rely on manual models,” continues Anne.
Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Anne is enjoying living in San Diego. She lives in Cardiff with her husband and two young children. “My children have such a great life in San Diego,” says Anne. “They have ocean views from their classroom. It just doesn’t get any better than that.”