Nadine Olmann is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). When she began her career in 1984 in New York, she worked as an accountant at the world’s largest professional services firm, Price Waterhouse. She moved to Haiti in 1986, where she used her professional training to work with female micro-business owners and give them basic tools that empowered them to become self-sufficient.
Olmann relocated to South Florida in 1993, where she furthered her career working for the Archdioceses of Miami as a staff accountant. She was later promoted and became a Controller, overseeing the Education Foundation.
Years later, Olmann pursed her Masters degree in Taxation at Florida International University. Shortly after, she went into business for herself and begun her own CPA firm in 2007. Since then, she’s expanded her practice from a single location to three, serving Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Today, she continues to support micro-lending efforts with emerging Entrepreneurs while serving on the Board of Partners for Self Employment. Olmann is the current Chapter Chair of the North-Dade South-Broward Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA), which has a membership of over 700 CPAs. She is a proud mother of two with approximately 30 years of experience in her field.
Her passions surround financial literacy. Olmann takes pride in cultural awareness, traveling and food tasting. Over the years, she has inherited a collection of tea glasses from all the different countries and areas she’s visited. Olmann hopes to be remembered as a citizen of the world and as someone who lived a life with purpose, making a difference in the lives of others.