Rebecca has been working in the accounting field for over 25 years and has a mix of former Big 6 and public/private corporation accounting experience. She received her Master of Business Administration, with a concentration in finance, from Boston University in 2006. She attended the University of Massachusetts, Amherst for her undergraduate schooling, and graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
Rebecca has extensive bookkeeping experience, she has been a part-time office administrator and tax return preparer with Claudia J. Worth, a CPA, PC. She came on board with Sachetta when Claudia merged with the firm in 2014. She also has taught Quickbooks adult education classes, is proficient in utilizing Quickbooks desktop applications, and is a Quickbooks online ProAdvisor.
Rebecca is a life-long resident of North Andover and lives there with her husband, John, and two children, Emily and Gabriel. She loves taking adult tap classes and enjoys reading when she's not cheering on her children in volleyball or basketball. She is also involved in the North Andover Festival Committee and enjoys planning and participating in events for her community. One of her favorite things to do is travel with her family to her mother's seaside cottage in Kennebunkport, Maine.
“I love the variety of work I’ve been included in over the past five years here, and I feel like I learn something new every day. I’ve gotten involved with more clients than just the ones I worked with through Claudia. That has allowed me to grow professionally. I like my clients because they trust me and feel like they can reach out to me directly with questions. They feel that they can trust me so that if I don’t have an answer, I can get it from the team. They have faith in everyone here, from the bottom up.”
3 Questions with Rebecca
"Do you have a work/life philosophy?"
Take things one day at a time. Stay positive and focus on the things that you can control. Only stress can come from focusing on what’s out of your control.
"What’s special about your Sachetta clients?"
I like my clients because they trust me and feel like they can reach out to me directly with questions. They feel that they can trust me so that if I don’t have an answer, I can get it from the team. They have faith in everyone here, from the bottom up.
"If you could have dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would you choose?"
My maternal grandmother. I had a very close relationship with her. Her wisdom is timeless. Especially in this unusual environment, her common sense attitude would really be extremely helpful. She was always supportive and always made me feel that things would be okay, no matter what.