2023 was a milestone year for YPTC, particularly in Phoenix. Our team has grown, and we have been able to serve more nonprofits than ever. Take a moment to reflect on some of the highlights with us.


We Celebrated 5 years in Phoenix.

Since its establishment in 2018, the office has served nearly 150 clients in the Greater Phoenix area, with no intention of slowing down. In conjunction with the firm’s growth on a national level, all regional offices plan to continue to expand and provide expert outsourced accounting services to their respective nonprofit communities.



We were awarded the ACBVI – Partner of the Year award.

Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired has been empowering people with vision loss since 1947, and we are proud to assist with their accounting and financial management. In February 2023, we were awarded a Circle of Honor Award, given to people and organizations that stand out from the rest.

In addition, it was an absolute honor that YPTC and the team supporting ACBVI, Miranda Jijana, Amy Huvinen, and Deanna Peterson were named ACBVI’s Partner of the Year in 2023. We are so grateful for the opportunity to serve ACBVI, and proud to be named amongst the award-winners.



We Did It! YPTC Phoenix Is #2 Best Place to Work!

Thanks to our amazing leadership and staff, we were named the Phoenix Business Journal’s #2 Best Place to Work in the extra small category. The Best Place to Work Awards recognize employers that foster and encourage positive and engaging work environments. Factors include employee satisfaction, workplace culture, benefits, career development opportunities, and other aspects that contribute to a positive work experience.

YPTC Phoenix is proud to be on the list, and even prouder of our staff for their contributions to our success.


2023 YPTC Mentor of the Year – Leah Reichert

Each year at YPTC’s Annual Awards, a Mentor of the Year is selected. Staff are encouraged to nominate individuals who, throughout the year, have offered support, advice, and fostered their peers’ professional development and growth.

This year, over 125 staff members were nominated by their peers for this prestigious award. Among all the nominees, one individual stood out. Leah Reichert, nominated for her wealth of knowledge, calm and confident demeanor, humility, and ability to inspire greatness in others, was honored as YPTC’s 2023 Mentor of the Year.

Deanna Peterson, Director, and Leader of YPTC’s Phoenix office said, “Leah’s infectious positive attitude and her unwavering commitment to giving her all every day are inspiring. Leah Reichert embodies the qualities of an exceptional mentor. Her commitment, expertise, and outstanding support of others make her a perfect candidate for the ‘Mentor of the Year’ award.”


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