Hannah Neitzke, CPA
As an Associate Advisor, Hannah works with the planning team to prepare for meetings by assisting in the analysis, research, and production of reports, and is also responsible for many day-to-day tasks that are important for maintaining clients’ accounts. She is also a member of the Real Estate Investment sub-committee.
Hannah is a Certified Public Accountant, CPA and summa cum laude graduate of DeSales University where she earned dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Accounting and Finance. Prior to joining WMS Partners, Hannah was an Assurance Associate with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT BEING PART OF WMS?
It is incredibly humbling and gratifying to work alongside, learn from, and most importantly be challenged by a team of such outrageously generous and talented individuals. Since joining the firm, it’s been very rewarding to see the impact of so many varied spheres of expertise coming together to provide significant value to our clients – bringing creative solutions to the unique, financial complexities they face and enabling them to intentionally and effectively allocate their resources according to their values.
WHAT DO YOU LOVE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK?
I am always looking for opportunities to spend more time outside. I love running, hiking, and any activity on the water in the summertime. When the weather does not cooperate, I enjoy cooking, reading, exploring antique stores, and playing board games with family and friends.
WHAT’S THE MOST INFLUENTIAL BOOK YOU’VE READ?
One book is too hard – I would have to share the most influential book I have read this year. Amy Hollingsworth’s The Simple Faith of Mr. Rogers is a thoroughly surprising tribute to the popular children’s television icon. While Mr. Rogers was well-known for his quiet, gentle personality, he was less known for being a deep spiritual thinker who dedicated his life to encouraging children to acknowledge and affirm their own intrinsic goodness and to treat others in accord with their own human dignity. Ultimately, the author’s portrayal of Mr. Rogers’ philosophy of life was a refreshing challenge to slow down and become more intentional in the smallest actions and more fully present to the simplest encounters.