Dustin grew up in Fort Pierce, Florida and holds two B.A. degrees in Accounting and Psychology from the University of Central Florida. In 2011, Dustin obtained his Certified Public Accounting (CPA) certification. A veteran in the accounting industry, Dustin began his career with Ernst & Young (E&Y) where he worked as an auditor for 4 years. In 2007, Dustin left E&Y to be the Controller at Citadel Management; a cemetery and funeral home management company. In 2019, Dustin joined the Copper Advisors team as a Senior Manager. His knowledge is invaluable when working with clients and their wide variety of needs. When not in the office, you can find him spending time with his wife and 3 children.
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