Ann joined Jebran & Abraham in 2016 and brought many clients with her from her firm, Donley Consulting, Inc. dba Profit Maximizers, Inc. where she specialized in tax accounting and small business consulting. She appreciates the relationships she has developed over the years and loves helping owners of small businesses achieve their goals.
Ann earned a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Muhlenberg College and a Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting from DeSales University. She has been a CPA for more than 30 years.
In addition to her job, Ann is very active with the Girl Scouts, volunteering on both the local and national levels. She is also very active in her church.
When she is away from the office Ann and her husband, George Grasic, keep busy travelling, spending time with their 4 adult children and 2 grandchildren and dealing in antiques and collectibles. One of their goals is to get to every National Wildlife Refuge. They also portray Santa and Mrs. Claus professionally (sshhhh…don't tell the children)
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