Destinee first joined Earney & Company, L.L.P in July 2014. She took a job with a larger firm in the Washington D.C. area in 2015 where she specialized in real estate partnerships and multi-state corporations. She rejoined Earney & Company in August of 2017. Destinee earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Accounting from UNCW in May of 2014 and her Masters of Science degree in Accounting with a concentration in Taxation from SNHU in September of 2017. Prior to joining Earney & Company, Destinee worked for a local technology company part-time while taking full time classes at UNCW. She brings to the Earney team a great deal of experience in real estate partnerships and corporations with multi-state dealings.
Destinee enjoys spending time at the beach with her family and playing with her dog, Bo.
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