Michelle Golden, founder, Golden Marketing Resources
Michelle Golden, Founder
Golden Marketing Resources
Michelle Golden founded Golden Marketing Resources to implement business development and management solutions within small to mid-sized professional service firms. Michelle Golden (formerly Gable) enjoyed several years as the marketing director for Williams-Keepers LLP, a mid-sized regional CPA firm. She then joined the multi-state law firm, Husch & Eppenberger LLC, as the marketing manager for all six of the firm’s offices. In the ten years prior to her work with professional service firms, Michelle was a staff accountant in the corporate headquarters of two public healthcare companies.
Michelle grew up in Orange County, California and moved to Missouri in 1990. She attended Santa Ana College, Irvine Valley College and Columbia College majoring in Business with an emphasis in Marketing.
Deeply committed to educating CPA firms and their marketing professionals about new ways to enhance sales and marketing results, Michelle is very active in the Association for Accounting Marketing (AAM). She is a Member of AAM’s Board of Directors since 1997, cofounder of AAM’s New Member Discussion List, a Conference Committee member since 1996, and a participant in various other committees and task forces.
Michelle also volunteers with the St. Louis Tax Assistance Program and is a member of the CPAvenue Advisory Board.
She has contributed to several articles in CPA Marketing Report, Lawyer Marketing, and Managing Partner.
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