Tina Kersen Ferguson

Tina Kersen
Tina Kersen
President
the one80 group

Tina Kersen loves the dynamics of today's evolving business workplace. A former marketing director for the 10th largest accounting firm in Dallas, Tina brings a unique perspective to AccountingWEB. Her view of the accounting industry comes from both a marketing and human resource slant. She has published articles about outsourcing, employee retention, employee morale, and financial strategies.

She currently is the president of a marketing consulting group headquartered in Dallas, Texas called the one80 group.

She holds an interdisciplinary degree with emphases in behavior analysis, psychology, business, and disaster management.

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