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Kailey Riskowski, CPA

Kailey Riskowski, CPA, attributes her career choice to Bland & Associates.  In 2004, she was a first-year Political Science major at the University of Nebraska-Omaha (UNO). At the same time, she started working part-time as an administrative assistant for the firm that would introduce her to the possibilities of a career in Accounting.

“When I started at Bland, I found that I really enjoyed the audit or tax work I would get the occasional opportunity to work on,” she said. “I signed up for my first Accounting class the next year, and here I am, 12 years later.”

Riskowski first joined Bland & Associates full-time after earning a B.S. in Accounting and Business Administration from UNO in 2009. She has since worked her way up to Manager of the Audit and Assurance Department, a role she began in 2014.  In this role, she primarily works with long-term care clientele, not-for-profit organizations, and closely-held businesses.

She says her goal and favorite part of being an Accountant is helping clients with the financial and regulatory aspects of their business and she also loves the ever-present challenge of the work.

“I have a genuine desire to help our clients, the ability to be thorough and a need to be challenged and learn new things,” said Riskowski. “This is the perfect fit!”




Technical Experience

  • Financial audits, reviews, and compilations
  • OMB circular A-133 compliance audits
  • Attestation examinations and performance audits
  • Cost report preparation and reimbursement consulting

Kailey’s Disclosures

icon_grass Call me crazy, but I enjoy mowing the lawn. I find it relaxing to put your headphones on, put in a little hard work and have a nice looking yard when you are done!
icon_drive I am a bad driver…or so I have been told.
icon_sing I am terrible at singing, but I love doing it. Luckily my daughter, Ella Ruth (3) and Isabelle (1), are fans!

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