A seasoned tax preparer and real estate professional, Rhona Kirsner also has found success as a campaign treasurer and community volunteer. Licensed as a real estate broker and as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), she earned a B.S. in Accounting with high honors from the University of Florida. As an undergraduate, she interrupted her formal education to gain real-world experience at Chase Federal Bank in Miami and at the Prudential Center in Boston. Rhona Kirsner has served different companies as a CPA, with responsibilities such as tax preparation and accounting, in Gainesville, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, and Palm Beach, Florida. On Robert Wexler’s campaign team when he ran for the United States Congress in 1996, Rhona Kirsner acted as Treasurer, overseeing the disposition and reporting of campaign funds, preparing and filing election paperwork, and aiding in fundraising. As a real estate agent in Boca Raton, desired by many for its tropical rainforest climate, she sold properties in the affluent community for Nestler Poletto Realty, Inc., and Lang Realty. Ms. Kirsner also utilizes her professional skills to aid the community, including providing pro bono tax return assistance to VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance). In other charitable endeavors, Ms. Kirsner sat on the Board of Directors and on the Scholarship Ball Committee of Donna Klein Jewish Academy, and she conducted eye screenings of future kindergarteners at Calusa Elementary School. She also served on the Stake in the Future Committee of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and as a Future Committee member of the B’Nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton. Since 2003, Rhona Kirsner has served on the congregation’s High Holy Day Committee. Committed to her religion, she supports Women’s American ORT, which promotes Jewish values, and belonged to the National Council of Jewish Women for several years.