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About 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.
Bachelor Degree's, Luther College
Member, Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants
Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Young Leaders Council Graduate
Treasurer, End Slavery Tennessee
Licenses & Certifications
Certified Public Accountant, Tennessee, Illinois, and California