Jacquelyn Busekrus Joins Brown Smith Wallace, LLC as financial advisory services intern

Jacquelyn Busekrus joins Brown Smith Wallace as intern in the Financial Advisory Services Group. Busekrus will be responsible for a variety of projects including financial analysis, report writing, data entry and research for the Financial Advisory Services Group.

Prior to joining Brown Smith Wallace, Busekrus served as an intern at Anders, Minkler & Diehl, LLP where she did research, data entry, financial analysis and tax preparation.

Busekrus is currently attending McKendree University and will earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Bachelor of Science degree in Economics/Finance.

Busekrus, an Illinois native, currently resides in Troy, IL.

Brown Smith Wallace is the second-largest locally owned independent full-service CPA and business consulting firm in Missouri with more than 200 employees in offices in St. Louis and St. Charles.

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