Brice joined Accuity in July 2019. Prior to joining Accuity, he worked as accountant in the private sector handling accounts payable and accounts receivable. Brice graduated from Western Oregon University with a Bachelor of Science in Business with a Concentration in Accounting. Brice lives in Albany with his wife and daughter and a son soon to be born. He loves watching football and basketball and going to concerts. Brice also loves to travel and has been to twenty states with plans to see more.
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