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Elizabeth M. Weber

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My interest in bookkeeping and financial management started when I was a complex litigation paralegal and was responsible for determining financial damages for civil cases. Delving into forensic accounting was like putting together a puzzle without the picture to refer to. I needed to follow every lead, review every detail in the documents, determine what was missing, and put the pieces together to make sense of the numbers.

When I transitioned from the paralegal field to University administration, I continued to be drawn to the numbers. What were they telling me? How could I make sense of them for my colleagues? Were there ways to legally and ethically make adjustments so funds were available for new concepts and directions? I consistently worked to streamline processes for time efficiencies and put internal controls in place so funds were protected. In all of my positions in the government sector, I was able to successfully explain complex legal requirements and financial best practices to lay persons.


  • 10 years’ experience Bookkeeping for Small Businesses, Non-Profit Organizations and Individuals
  • 12-year career as Financial Manager for University Administration and Local Government
  • 17-year career as Complex Litigation Paralegal


  • QuickBooks Online and Desktop Certified
  • Tax Preparer Certification / Oregon
  • Post-Bacc Certificate in Accounting, Southern Oregon University
  • Legal Assistantship Certificate, University of California at Davis
  • B.A. in Social Work and Sociology, Humboldt State University

What I Bring

  • Motivated self-starter
  • Detail-oriented
  • Well-developed organizational skills; efficient ability to prioritize and multitask
  • Excellent task tracking and follow through
  • Sound analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Strong work ethic; dedicated and reliable
  • Intelligent and learn quickly
  • Good sense of humor


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