Corporate to Cannabis: Laura Durham of Kind Accounting

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By Liz Gold
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A proponent of marijuana since college, Laura Durham, CPA, went into private industry after a stint at Arthur Andersen. She worked at a beef company, a software company and later at a manufacturing company.

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It was during this time the course of her life changed.

Recently divorced, with primary custody of two children, she found herself overwhelmed by the demands of full-time corporate life. So, when a consultant colleague asked her if she’d consider going out on her own to help cannabusinesses in need, Durham gave it some thought and decided to go for it, launching Kind Accounting out of her home in Loveland, Colorado.

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Liz Gold

Liz Gold

About the Author

Liz Gold, CPA Trendlines expert author on CannaBizCPA.pro, has been writing about the accounting profession for over a decade. Her specialty areas include radical people, ideas, and progressive social change. A former senior editor at Accounting Today, she is the founder and CEO of Rhino Girl Media, a media company that helps accounting firms, companies, and individuals evolve their brand voice and advance their mission. She can be reached at rhinogirlmedia.com

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