November 1, 2017
Andrews Hooper Pavlik PLC (AHP) has is proud to announce the addition of three new team members.
Cristie B. Douglas has joined AHP as a marketing assistant in their Saginaw office. Cristie, a resident of Saginaw Township, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design from Saginaw Valley State University, with a minor in Communications. She has nearly ten years of business experience ranging from marketing to administrative. She brings knowledge and experience in organizational leadership, event coordinating and execution, design layout and content creation, social media awareness, and is skilled in Microsoft Office and Adobe software.
Michelle A. Reid has joined AHP as a staff accountant in their Okemos office. Michelle, a resident of Vernon, earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting at the University of Michigan-Flint. Prior to this she earned her Associate degree in General Studies from Mott Community College. Michelle, while attending the University of Michigan-Flint volunteered for many organizations such as, Carriage Town Ministries, Durand First United Methodist Church, Council of Aging, Relay for Life, and Earth Day. In addition to her time at Michigan-Flint she became a member of Beta Alpha Psi, Honor Society for Information Professionals and received her certificate upon graduation in April of 2017. Prior to this she was an active member of Phi Theta Kappa, Honor Society, at Mott Community College.
Lindsey M. Summers has joined AHP as a staff accountant in their Saginaw office. Lindsey, a resident of Auburn, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Saginaw Valley State University with a Bachelor of Professional Accountancy degree. She is a certified specialist in Microsoft Office Excel 2013. Lindsey has been an active member of the community, acting as Fundraising Chair of Delta Sigma Pi (Business Fraternity) for one year while participating for two years, a volunteer of Alternative Breaks for three years, Community Service Chair of the National Society of Leadership & Success for one year while participating for two years, as well as a recipient of the Leopold J. Kantzler Fellowship Program for four years.