Sarah L. Keenan, CPA
As a manager in the Accounting and Auditing department, Sarah leads engagement teams on audit, review, and compilation engagements in a variety of industries including real estate, manufacturing, construction, employee benefit plans, non-profit and broker dealers. In addition, she assists with corporate, partnership and individual income tax planning and preparation for her business clients and their owners.
Sarah began her career at Davie Kaplan in January 2012 after graduating from The College at Brockport. With a passion for understanding how things work and problem-solving, Sarah was drawn to the public accounting profession and found the perfect fit working with closely-held businesses and their owners.
Get to know the "real me"...
Sarah owns a home in the city of Rochester and lives with her two rescue cats, Darla and Sneakers. She is always up for an adventure and likes to try new restaurants and breweries and attend festivals, concerts and sporting events (go Bills!) Outside of tax season, Sarah is passionate about traveling to new places and seeing family and friends around the country. Her travel goals include visiting every state and as many national parks as possible. Sarah also loves hiking and backpacking and is an aspiring Adirondack 46er.
In her downtime, Sarah enjoys a balance of quiet time at home. If she is not traveling or out exploring Rochester, you might find her perfecting her favorite vegan recipes, practicing yoga or reading.
Something you may not know about Sarah:
Sarah lived in Rennes, France for a semester while she attended Nazareth College for her first degree. At Nazareth, she majored in International Studies and French and minored in Economics. In the final semester of her senior year, Sarah had room for one more class in her schedule and having run out of economics courses to take, her academic advisor suggested that she might enjoy accounting.
After graduation, Sarah worked at a publishing company for two years but the seeds had been planted and she decided to return to college to pursue a degree in accounting. She still thinks back on meeting with her academic advisor and is grateful for the advice she received.