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Brad studied a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) at CSU, finishing in 2003. Brad became CA qualified in 2006.
Brad commenced work at YBM in 2003, becoming partner in 2014.
With great opportunity, opened Advisory One in October 2020.
Outside of work, Brad was married to Jen in December 2017. Brad & Jen have their first child, ‘Freddie’ due in March 2021.
Brad enjoys catching up with friends for a beer or coffee and is a passionate NRL supporter following the mighty Roosters.
Raquel studied a Bachelor of Accounting (HRM) at CSU, finishing in 2014. Raquel went on to complete her CA in 2018.
Raquel commenced work at YBM in 2013, becoming manager in 2019.
Outside of work, Kel enjoys exercising and catching up with friends over a good coffee and breakfast.
Kel with a new house, is becoming quite the gardener and landscaper. It is always exciting to watch the changes.
Rebekah studied a Certificate 3 in Business.
Rebekah commenced work at YBM in 2016, becoming an asset to the A1 administration.
Rebekah is starting a Certificate in Accounting & Bookkeeping to broaden her horizons, while owing a local bricklaying business, Waters Bricklaying.
Outside of work, Bek enjoys time with her partner, Dean & 2 year old, Lewie. Bek enjoys catching up with friends, camping & all things outdoors.
Christine studied an Associate Diploma in Accounting at TAFE, finishing in 1996. Christine went on to study a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) at CSU, finishing in 2003 and became a CA in 2007.
Christine commenced at ITP in 1998, then went on to work for CDH Accountants in 1999. In 2006, Christine begun work at NSW Health Dept, then transferred to the Anglican Diocese as the CFO.
Christine then went on to work with Lesley Bull & Associates in 2011, until the business was bought over by YBM in 2013.
Outside of work, Christine enjoys spending time with family, attending her local church and travelling the world when not restricted by COVID.
Veronica studied and completed the Certificate IV in bookkeeping in 2016. Veronica has worked within the public service sector, Nestle and YBM before moving to Advisory One in October 2020 as a Bookkeeper. Veronica has over 30 years’ experience in all areas of Administration, Client Services, IT and Payroll. Outside of work Veronica enjoys lawn bowls, sewing and being with her family.