Jennifer Manternach

Jennifer had more than 10 years of both public and private accounting prior to joining Crosslin in 2011. She is well versed in audit for not-for-profit entities, governmental, educational, manufacturing, real estate, healthcare, employee benefit plans, and privately-owned organizations.  Jennifer also has  monitored internal controls and compliance for several businesses.

Customers served by Jennifer include Nashville Entrepreneur Center, Safe Haven Family Shelter, Grace Adult Homes, Church World Service, Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County Single Audit, the City of Knoxville Pension System, the City of Franklin, Greater Regional Nashville Council, Intreprid College Prep Charter School, STEM Preparatory Academy Charter School, Fisk University, KIPP Nashville Charter School, Harpeth Financial, Tennessee Quick Cash, Coreslab Structures, and Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville.

Jennifer serves as treasurer of the End Slavery Tennessee Board, as well as on the executive committee and chairs the finance committee.  She  also serves on the Scholarship Committee of the Tennessee Society of CPAs and is an alum of the Young Leaders Council.

Erica D. Saeger

Erica has been with Crosslin for 15 years. During that time, she has participated in the audits of a variety of industries including not-for-profit entities, government, higher education, religious organizations, distribution, manufacturing, real estate, public companies, and many other business entities.

Erica is the chair of our firm’s Fun Committee, which is responsible for various outings for team members and their families, as well as luncehons and other firm celebrations. She is also an avid supporter of the Susan G. Komen “More Thank Pink Walk.” Erica participated in the Nashville Young Leaders Council program in
2014. She serves as Treasurer of the Susan G. Komen (Komen Central Tennessee Affiliate) Board and also serves on the Executive Committee as well as Chair of the Finance Committee.  In addition, Erica serves as an at-large board ember and a member of the finance committee for Nashville CABLE, which is the premier women’s leadership organization for women’s professional advancement.

In 2017, Erica was selected as a winner for the inaugural Employee of the Year awards by Nashville Business Journal in the Company Culture Category. She was named the 2018 Delta Zeta Greek Woman of the Year and a 2019 Nashville Emerging Leader Awards (NELAs) finalist.  Erica also has been selected for the 2020-2021 Leadership Goodlettsville Class.

Erica received both Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree from Middle Tennessee State University. Erica is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Tennessee, a Member of the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants, and a Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Rhonda W. Sides

Rhonda is the Principal for Healthcare Services and Forensic / Valuation / Litigation Support Services for Crosslin. Proficient in management issues of many types of healthcare entities, Rhonda specializes in business valuation, financial fraud and forensics, and physician practice management issues, such as compliance issues, Stark compliance and physician compensation issues, entity contracts, practice valuations, cost accounting, operational assessments, accounts receivable, and financial feasibility issues related to group and integrated delivery system development. She lectures nationally for various financial, legal, and healthcare organizations regarding the issues of combining the practicality of accounting and financial issues with the needs of healthcare practice management. Rhonda has been named as one of Middle Tennessee’s top healthcare executives for three years in Nashville Business Journal’s Healthcare 100 for 2002, 2003, and 2006 and also recognized for BizWomen profile in 2005 and Healthcare Hero in 2007 and 2015. She was named one of the 10 “Women to Watch in Healthcare” for 2011 by the Nashville Medical News as well as InCharge in Healthcare 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 by the same publication. Additionally, Rhonda was named one of “Accounting’s Finest” by the Nashville Post for 2011 and 2012 and a 2013 and 2016 Power Leader in Accounting by the Nashville Business Journal.

Rhonda was an adjunct MBA professor for three years at The Massey School of Belmont University of Nashville. She served as past president of Middle Tennessee Healthcare Executives Association, is an associate of the American Society of Appraisers, and a member of Healthcare Financial Management Association. She served on the Healthcare Committee and Forensic Valuation Committee for the Tennessee Society of CPAs.

Rhonda also co-authored three books, Valuation of a Medical Practice (April 1999), Accounting Handbook for Medical Practices (April 2000), both published by John Wiley and Sons, and Financial Management for Medical Groups, 3rd Edition (October 2013) published by the Medical Group Management Association. She has written practice management related articles published in various sources including the Nashville Business Journal, Healthcare Financial Management, and Nashville Medical News.

David M. Hunt

David has been with Crosslin since its inception in 1987. His extensive audit experience covers a wide variety of clients in fields including not-for-profit, foundations, government, professional services, and hospitality.

David is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in Tennessee and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is active in community affairs and has served as a board member and Treasurer for the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the American Diabetes Association. David graduated cum laude from Trevecca University in Nashville, Tennessee with a dual major in accounting and business administration. In 2017, David was named a Power Leader in Accounting by the Nashville Business Journal.