Team

No robots here! Just friendly faces with a knack for numbers. Whether you work with just one of these talented women or the whole Go Figure team, we will dedicate our expertise to growing your business.

Rachel Seigle
Rachel Siegel

Like any good accountant, Rachel has a head for numbers. But for her, that’s only part of the equation. A Simmons College graduate, Rachel has spent 20+ years in private industries and public accounting practices all along the east coast. She has also been a QuickBooks ProAdvisor for more than a decade. Rachel believes a balanced life is just as important as a balance sheet. When she’s not working, she’s rooting for her favorite teams, traveling and enjoying time with her family.

Cindy Lovan
Cindy Lovan

Cindy is relatively new to the accounting scene, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t know her stuff. She became an enrolled agent with the IRS in February 2019, and has plans to become the second CPA on the Go Figure team. When she’s not helping to keep your books balanced, she’s watching Korean TV series, doing DIY crafts and traveling with her dog Milo.

Kirstin Pastorick
Kirstin Pastorick

Kirstin has been on the Go Figure team for three years and counting. Born in England and raised in South Africa, Kirstin is full of unique stories to tell. With seven years of experience in bookkeeping and QuickBooks, her skillsets allow her to find a place for everything, and to keep everything in its place. When she’s not helping grow your businesses, she is spending time with her husband, her two children, and her eight-pound Yorkshire Terrier.

Michele Dunn
Michele Dunn

Michele is an accounting veteran, and has been a key part of the growth and success of countless businesses. With more than 25 years of experience helping businesses grow. Her QuickBooks and CPA certifications are only the beginning of her vast wealth of knowledge. When she’s not managing your business’s finances, she’s watching the sunrise with her husband, binge-watching shows with her dog, or watching YouTube videos of baby goats wearing pajamas.

We’ll get you figured out.

Go Figure Accounting