The Memphis accounting and consulting firm Reynolds, Bone & Griesbeck (RBG) is pleased to announce the addition of seven new interns to its professional team.
‚ÄúEvery year it‚Äôs a blast when we welcome a new round of interns to the firm,‚Äù said John Griesbeck, CPA, managing partner of RBG. ‚ÄúTheir curiosity and eagerness to learn really help to reinvigorate the whole team. I‚Äôm thrilled to have these seven young professionals with us and truly hope that it is a valuable experience for them.‚Äù
Jack Gray joins the team as an Audit intern. He is currently in pursuit of a degree at the University of Mississippi. He lives in Johns Creek, Georgia.
As an RBG intern, Amy Snyder splits her time between the firm‚Äôs Audit and Tax Departments. A resident of Memphis, Tennessee, Snyder expects to graduate this year from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
Rebecca Keeney currently serves as an intern in RBG‚Äôs Tax Department. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Accounting from Spring Hill College. Keeney resides in Memphis, Tennessee.¬†
In his capacity as an RBG intern, Hunter Wooley serves primarily in the firm‚Äôs Audit Department. Currently in pursuit of a degree from the University of Mississippi, Wooley lives in Oxford, Mississippi.
Claire Cornelius works as an intern in RBG‚Äôs Tax Department. She currently lives in her hometown of Corinth, Mississippi and is a student at Mississippi State University where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Accountancy degree.
As an RBG intern, Austin Arrington works primarily in the firm‚Äôs Tax Department. He currently resides in Oxford, Mississippi, where he is studying at the University of Mississippi. Arrington expects to graduate this year with a Bachelor of Accountancy degree.
Jess Morris currently serves RBG as an intern in the firm‚Äôs Tax Department. In 2018 she graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Accountancy degree. Morris lives in Starkville, Mississippi.