WNDE Hires Four Audit Staff
photo, left to right, Wesley Snyder, Nicole Racine, David Burnett – Gigi Lee not pictured
White Nelson Diehl Evans has welcomed three new hires to the audit department: David Burnett, audit junior, Gigi Lee, audit senior, and Wesley Snyder, audit junior. Additionally, Nicole Racine, who began interning with WNDE in January, has become an audit junior.
David Burnett: David holds a bachelor of arts in business administration with an accounting concentration from California State University, Fullerton. He was recognized with honors from the Alpha Sigma Lambda and Golden Key International Honor Societies. Before pursuing his undergraduate degree, he served in the United States Marine Corps as a helicopter electrician and was honorably discharged at the rank of sergeant.
David is originally from Utah, and is the 9th of 10 children. He is married with a two-year-old son. When not working, David enjoys physical fitness.
Gigi Lee: Gigi earned a bachelor of arts in business administration majoring in both accounting and information systems and decision sciences at California State University, Fullerton. She is knowledgeable with auditing and reviewing cash flow, A/R, A/P, payroll, SG&A expenses, G/L and journal entries. She has extensive experience in the wholesale, distribution, manufacturing, technology, construction and property management industries. Gigi worked with two accounting firms before coming to WNDE.
Away from the office, Gigi enjoys swimming, volleyball and traveling.
Wesley Snyder: Wesley has a master of science in accounting from Chapman University and earned his bachelor’s degree at Arizona State University. He has three years of public accounting experience. Before pursuing public accounting, Wesley was a communications equipment repairer in the United States Marine Corps.
He is married with a daughter, and enjoys visiting national parks, football, basketball and auto racing.
Nicole Racine: Nicole has a bachelor’s degree from Cal State University, Fullerton in radio/TV/film. She worked in the marketing department of a scrap metal recycling company before transitioning to accounting. She subsequently attended Irvine Valley College to take accounting classes.
Outside of work, she loves travel, yoga, hiking and cooking.