NATALYA LYUKEVICH

Ms Natalya Lyukevich is a California Certified Public Accountant and a Certified QBO ProAdvisor with 15+ years of accounting experience from Big 4 and regional CPA firms, and as a Controller for various organizations. Ms Lyukevich’s professionalism, integrity, and excellent work ethics helped companies grow from early-stage companies to successful pre-IPO companies and international acquisitions. She is an expert user of integrated financial platforms that help streamline accounting processes and provide reliable, relevant and timely financial information to decision makers.
She earned her B.S. in Accounting and Economics from Belarus Economic University and her second B.S. in Corporate Financial Management from San Jose State University. Ms Lyukevich has been a member of California Society of CPA since 2001, member of an International Honor Organization for financial information professionals Beta Alpha Phi since 2008, a part of San Jose State University’s Lucas College and Graduate School of Business Gary J. Sbona Honors Program, and a Board Member and a Finance Committee member of the Los Gatos Lions Club, a local service organization.

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