03 Sep Jennifer Wold
Jennifer brings our clients more than 20 years of progressive experience in the field of accounting and management. She’s helped companies grow while improving processes and procedures in accounting, HR, and IT—and it’s one of her favorite parts of her job. Outside the office, she spends a lot of her time in a barn. (Her daughter is an avid equestrienne, and frequently trains for and competes in horse shows.)
Q: What challenges are you looking forward to taking on?
Career-wise, I’m always excited to take on new clients and projects at APN. I like to help clients navigate through their accounting issues and come out on the other side with a more efficient and effective accounting department. Right now, most of my personal challenges revolve around house projects. We recently moved, and there’s a lot to do in our new house to make it a home for our family.
Q: What is your hometown and what do you love about it?
I’m from Vidalia, the small town in Southeast Georgia known for its sweet onions. It was a great place to grow up as a kid, with all of the good (and even the bad!) small-town stereotypes. Vidalia is quirky, quiet, and full of great people. It’s still a place I love to visit when I go see my parents.
Q: What is your favorite restaurant in Atlanta?
There are way too many great places to eat in Atlanta! How many places am I allowed to name? For pizza, I really love Varasano’s. Steamhouse has my favorite combination of tuna melt and lobster bisque—but The Optimist is my favorite seafood place. I love Mali’s for sushi and Thai food, the tacos and enchiladas at Taqueria del Sol, and Miller Union is probably my go-to for a New-American dinner out. We also recently went to Revival in Decatur for Hillary’s birthday and it’s now a serious contender for my favorite new restaurant.