An experienced professional, Brenda joined the HeimLantz team in 2019. Her dependability and steadiness make her an enormous asset to her clients and colleagues alike.
Early in her career, Brenda worked as a paralegal at law firms in Florida and Virginia. In 2006, she took a job as office manager at a Maryland law firm. In this role, Brenda encountered the accounting world and quickly fell in love. She fostered this new-found passion by enrolling in the University of Maryland’s University College and pursuing a degree in accounting. After graduating in 2012, Brenda joined Murray, Wamsley and Schrader, LLC where she worked in audit, business tax preparation, and government contract accounting. Currently, in her role as a senior accountant with HeimLantz, she continues to focus on government contract accounting, including bookkeeping, payroll, and financial statement preparation.
Brenda was raised in Pennsylvania and Florida. After marrying her high school sweetheart, she lived in many areas around the United States and in Japan in order to accommodate her husband Tony’s Navy career. Upon Tony’s retirement from the Navy in 2016, they settled in Fort Worth, Texas, where Brenda works remotely for HeimLantz. Together they have three grown children, two of whom currently attend college in Texas. Brenda enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, reading Grisham books, and watching movies.
- Pasco-Hernando Community College
- Associate of Arts in Business (1992)
- Old Dominion University
- Bachelor of Science in Political Science (1995)
- University of Maryland – University College
- Bachelor of Science in Accounting (2012)
- Magna cum laude
Getting to know Brenda:
- In another life, I’m pretty sure I was:
In another life, I’m pretty sure I was a risk taker and/or daredevil…which could explain why I have none of those qualities in this life!!
- My favorite holiday and why:
My favorite holiday is Christmas – love watching Christmas movies with the family and playing in the snow!
- When I was 5, I wanted to be:
When I was 5, I wanted to build homes with my Dad…that didn’t work out!!