Having founded the firm in 1999, Shawn is the Managing Partner at Kinexus CPAs & Advisors. Shawn’s previous experience includes both private and public accounting which provides a unique background that benefits current clients. Shawn has also served on various boards for both private and non-profit organizations as well as different professional organizations.
Shawn earned a Masters of Accountancy and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Southern Utah University. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the American Society of CPAs and Utah Association of CPAs. He is also a member of The Foundation of Dixie Regional Medical Center.
In his free time, Shawn loves spending time with his wife and family. He likes fishing, shooting, riding ATVs, boating, travel, and cars. Shawn enjoys history, particularly surrounding the United States and the founding fathers, and refers to himself as a novice political junkie. He likes watching movies (especially comedies), football, and attending his children's sporting events.
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