J.D. Frost And Company Expands Marketing And Accounting Team

Friday, March 22, 2019
Beth Wright
Beth Wright
Chattanooga-based accounting firm J.D. Frost & Company expands its marketing and accounting team with the addition of Beth Wright, Rachael Yager and Matthew Church.
 
Ms. Wright joined the firm as marketing director.  Ms. Wright brings many years of client relations and marketing experience to the firm.  Prior to J.D. Frost & Company, she served as the membership marketing director for the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. Before coming to Chattanooga, Ms. Wright led communications for a Knoxville-based start-up where she coordinated work with Launch TN.  She graduated from Auburn University with a bachelor’s degree in communications.   She is a member of the Junior League of Chattanooga, social media committee for Creative Discovery Museum’s AmuseUm event and public relations chair for the Chattanooga Tri Delta Alumnae Association.   
 
Ms.
Yager has joined the assurance staff team.  Her responsibilities include performing financial statement audits, reviews and compilation engagements. Ms. Yager’s experience spans across many industries including construction, manufacturing and distribution, retail and other privately-held companies.  Prior to joining J.D. Frost & Company, she worked in managerial accounting for a local manufacturing and distribution company.  Ms. Yager earned a master of accountancy from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
Mr. Church assumes the role of senior accountant.  Mr. Church is an enrolled agent and investment advisor with eight years of experience in individual and business tax planning.  Prior to joining J.D. Frost, he worked for M. Dean Owen CPA in Paducah, Ky.  Mr. Church earned a bachelor’s degree from Ferris State University.
Matthew Church
Matthew Church

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