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Amy Bishop, cpa, MST

Amy Bishop


Amy Bishop is a partner at The Keenan Group, P.C.  She is a 2008 graduate of Robert Morris University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting.  She completed her Master’s Degree in Taxation at Robert Morris University in 2017.  She is a Certified Public Accountant with over ten years of experience in public accounting.  She also is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor, certified in both QuickBooks Desktop and Online.  Amy joined our firm in 2015 as the Tax and Accounting Manager.  Her prior professional experience includes working at a local public accounting firm as well as a not for profit organization in Pittsburgh.  


Her areas of concentration include taxation of businesses, individuals, estates, and trusts, financial statement preparation and analysis, business consulting, and QuickBooks software training. Amy is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and currently serves as chair of the local connection committee of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA), where she previously served as the President of the local chapter, chair of the Women in Accounting Committee, and a member of the Emerging CPAs Committee.  Amy received the Young Leader Award from the PICPA in 2016.  She has also contributed to the “Ask a CPA” program with the organization.  Amy is the current treasurer for The Stoneybrook Foundation, a not for profit organization in Acme, PA. 


Amy lives in Greensburg with her beloved daughters Rose and Aubrey.

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