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Katie is a native of Greenville, SC and is the daughter of Pepper Horton. As an Accounting Manager for Copper Advisors, Katie performs bookkeeping and bill pay services for our clients, and supports our bookkeeping staff in any way that she can. Client relationships are invaluable to Katie, and her dedication, thoroughness, and drive to succeed are just a few of the reasons she is a vital part of our team! A lifelong Tiger fan, Katie earned a Bachelor's degree from Clemson University in 2013. Katie married her husband, Adam, in 2017 and they have one son. Outside of the office, Katie enjoys reading books, spending time with friends and family, testing out the latest organization/cleaning hacks, and keeping up with the latest episode of Survivor.
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