Audrey Blackburn works with nonprofits and small businesses to help them grow from scarcity to abundance. She’s a big believer that accounting is so much more than numbers. It’s also about problem solving and telling a story.

On this episode Audrey talks about why she went into accounting and the path it has taken her. She explains why you have to be able to tell the story of your numbers. Audrey explains why having the right mindset is so important and how abundance is not all about money.

 

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About Our Guest

Audrey Blackburn

Audrey Blackburn

I have a passion for seeing nonprofits and small businesses thrive! With over 20+ years experience in nonprofit and small business accounting I have the expertise to work with any nonprofit to achieve their mission or small businesses to be more profitable. My education along with my unique experience gives me a different insight into how to deliver exceptional value to those I serve. People work with me because they trust me and they know that the decisions I make for their organization are the ones I would make for my own. I don’t simply deliver a service, I really partner with those I work with to push them to be their best selves and achieve their goals.

But what things really light me up? Racing my car at Virginia International Raceway. I got the chance to do that and loved it. 120 mph in the pouring rain was an amazing experience. I could definitely race cars for a living and I love watching NHRA drag racing events. I’m an adrenaline junkie. It scares the shit out of me, which is why I do it. My husband and I went on our first date to a NHRA drag race. So, I have been married for 13 years and have a 26 year old son, a 10 year old daughter and a 2 year old granddaughter. I truly started over in life when I was in my 30’s but it wasn’t until my 40’s that I realized my dream of owning my own business. For me, there is nothing better!

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