Perform General Ledger accounting and month-end close - Reconcile insurance carriers‘commission payments - Resolve insurance claims - Manage customer and insurance carriers’ relationships
Activities Director and member of Beta Alphi Psi - international honors business fraternity for accounting, finance and information systems students and professionals - Roger Phillips CPA Review - Campus Representative
An Accountant based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Beata Szkop handles general ledger entries and accounts receivable at Irisnote. She previously served Burr Pilger Mayer, CPA, as a Staff Accountant, conducting audits for various organizations including software and medical device companies as well as educational and religious nonprofits. A CSU East Bay and UC Berkeley Extension graduate, Beata Szkop served as Vice President of Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society while beginning her higher education at Foothill College. As part of its service activities, Alpha Gamma Sigma runs a statewide marrow drive. Known as the “AGS Hero’s Challenge,” the initiative seeks to obtain bone marrow donations for individuals diagnosed with blood diseases such as leukemia, lymphoma, anemia, and sickle cell disease. Only some patients can obtain matching donations from family members; the rest must rely on a short supply of donations. Supported by staff from Be the Match Registry, a service of the National Marrow Donor Program, Alpha Gamma Sigma chapters compete to recruit donors and raise funds to test them for compatibility. Donation drives occur on campuses and are carried out via presentations and social media.
An experienced accounting professional, Beata Szkop currently serves as a Senior Accountant at irisnote, Inc., in the San Francisco Bay Area. Outside of her work with irisnote, Beata Szkop maintains affiliations with several organizations, including the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW), a membership organization that works to help professional women interact and advance their careers through a range of programs, activities, and service offerings. In addition to supporting women currently in the workforce, NAPW strives to encourage and foster the upcoming generation of professional women as well. One of the ways NAPW does this is through its Rising Stars Education Scholarship Program, which provides scholarships to high school seniors and current undergraduate students attending a college in the United States. Open to daughters of NAPW members, Rising Stars provides a total of $15,000 in scholarships to five young women each year. As a merit-based scholarship program, Rising Stars awards scholarships based on academic performance. Those wishing to apply for the program must also demonstrate a commitment to public service and submit a recommendation from a teacher as well as a personal essay.