Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC’s Manager Joins KMAAG Board
Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC is pleased to announce that Kristin J. Sekavec, CPA, recently joined The Kansas Municipal Audit and Accounting Guide (KMAAG) Board of Editors.
“I am thrilled Kristin is using her skills outside of the office to impact auditors and accounting professionals throughout Kansas,” said Gary Schlappe, CPA, Managing Member/Owner of Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC. “Her vast knowledge of the governmental industry will be an asset to the Kansas Municipal Audit and Accounting Guide board.”
As a manager and the chair of the firm’s governmental niche practice group, Sekavec specializes in tax and audit services for governmental agencies. Specifically, she oversees a team of staff that prepare tax returns, financial statements, budgets, and audit engagements for clients. She also serves on the firm’s accounting and auditing committees.
Sekavec joined Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC in 2004. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants (KSCPA). Sekavec is also the treasurer of the USD 457 Florence Wilson Elementary School PTO. She received her Master of Business Administration degree from Fort Hays State University and Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting degree from Kansas State University. Sekavec currently resides in Garden City, Kansas, with her husband, Caleb, and their four children.
The Kansas Municipal Audit and Accounting Guide (KMAAG) is a reference source for specific accounting and disclosure issues related to Kansas governmental units. The guide focuses primarily on financial statements prepared to demonstrate compliance with the cash basis and budget laws as well as Kanas finance-related compliance issues. It is intended to assist independent auditors in conducting audits in the state of Kansas as well as auditors of Kansas’ governmental entities reporting on the regulatory basis. Mandated by K.S.A. 75-1123, the guide is revised annually by the Board of Editors, which includes members of the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants (KSCPA) and the Division of Accounts and Reports (DAR).