Sherry Burris-Williams joined the Rodahl & Company team in January 2017 as the Office Administrator. She is now a Payroll Specialist. She assists the CPAs, bookkeeper and payroll department as needed, as well as general accounting and payroll functions.
Prior to joining the firm, Sherry worked as the Accounting & Office Administration Manager for HI-Q Environmental Products Company, Inc. in San Diego, California. She moved to Fort Collins to be closer to her daughter, a recent CSU graduate. Outside of the office, Sherry enjoys walking her dogs, hiking and meeting new friends. She is looking forward to all the outdoor activities that Northern Colorado has to offer.
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