On Wednesday, February 24, 2016, I conducted an interview with Professor Clarissa Wilkerson, JD, CPA. As an accounting major, I am extremely interested in pursuing a career in accounting and am a student in Professor Wilkerson’s class. Her enthusiastic personality continues to inspire me to pursue a career in this field. After explaining my career goals and the details of this assignment, she gladly accepted when I asked if she would be willing to conduct an interview to help me complete this interview report. Professor Wilkerson received her Master’s degree in Taxation from Georgia State University. She is also a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and has considerable experience in the field of accounting. A few of the topics we discussed were: the importance of teamwork, the way technology is changing accounting, the value of understanding finance and economics in relation to accounting, and the usefulness of receiving a degree in accounting and earning a CPA license.
I spoke with Mr. Sutter several times since 3/2/17. Mr. Sutter moved his medical appointment from 2/23/17 to 3/2/17. I was not unable to attend nor was I able to find a co-worker to attend. I spoke with Dr. Olenyn’s office staff many times for updated scripts and next appointment time. Mr. Sutter has lymph edema to the right and left legs. He was supposed to elevated and also wears compression stocking. His legs are so big the stockings cut in. Dr. Olenyn told Mr. Sutter he must get the swelling down because that will affect the healing of the fractures. He is at high risk for infections from open skin. Some of the bones are healing but not all. Mr. Sutter continues to use a bone stimulator daily. I have spoken with Mr. Sutter and
The family I interviewed has a son named Cuyler that is 22 years old. I talked to Cuyler’s mom Cathie. He is the oldest of three kids. Cuyler was born at 24 weeks’ gestation and had a grade 3 brain bleed. Because of being born premature and the bleeding in his brain it led to some of the disabilities Cuyler has. His mom told me that Cuyler has spastic quadriplegia. His disabilities include cerebral palsy, blindness, and he is nonverbal. She also told me that Cuyler also has seizures at least once a month, is hypotonic, and is fed by a g-tube. As far as physical movement the only gross motor skills that Cuyler can do is roll over.
I would first like to say nice to meet you and thank you for your service in the Air Force. In your post I noticed you mentioned that you are a duck hunter and that you also garden in you off time. I was wondering when you first took an interest in those two things and how long have you been doing it for. As an LSU Tigers fan who did you find more entertaining to watch this year the football team or the basketball team with all the hype surrounding Ben Simmons. Another question I feel the need to ask is what is your favorite Louisiana dish to eat and/or cook? It been a while since I have been to Louisiana and enjoyed the food but it always nice to hear what the locals say are best things to eat from there.
I am grateful for Bella. We both play this game called, township, and she often help me on there. She either give me supplies I requested, or help both of us earn reward in competition. She is also able to makes the game playing experience more enjoyable. In addition, one time, I have only until 15 minutes until my challenge is over. However, I cannot produce the product needed within the timeframe. Bella was there to make a last minute “delivery”.
Alan Brito is a friend of mine from childhood. When we were young, he and I, along with a bunch of other kids from my neighborhood, used to play tops, marbles and “twenty-one”. We had a top contest in which those who could spin the top in the air with the string, pull it back and place it on top of the palm of their hand, was the winner. At the risk of sounding pretentious, I was almost always the winner. For that reason, they nicknamed me “Toppy”. Two of my other friends, Gilly and Billy were rivals. They were very good at playing “twenty-one.” They were unbeatable. Every time we played together they beat me. I was always afraid of playing against them, because I was quite sure that by the end of the game, I would be left with no money in my pockets. In time, Gilly and Billy got married and left the country. They moved to Saint Maurice, a small paradisiac island in the Pacific Ocean.
This weekend I interviewed J.Cherrelle Leslie, a very well-known young lady from my hometown of Fairburn Georgia. Leslie has just recently received her masters in transformative leadership from Bethune Cookman University this year but also has an associates in business administration and a bachelor degree in business with a concentration in marketing. This summer she started her first job since graduating from Bethune at Savannah State University where she is the Athletics Compliance coordinator. I choose to interview Ms. Leslie because I have an interest in marketing and she also graduated from Clayton State University with a bachelors in business concentrated in marketing in 2009. Although her current job does not deal with marketing, she
The following paper is an interview I conducted of a 97-year-old Caucasian male whose name will be changed to Mr. Baldwin in order to maintain confidentiality. Mr. Baldwin has never been married and has no children and is a very proud lifelong native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I asked Mr. Baldwin about his home and he informed me he has owned his single family home as long as his old brain will let him but that he is worried that he is close to possibly having to go into a nursing home because of his health problems. Mr. Baldwin used a lot of humor when talking and I could tell he has accepted that he is coming to the end of his life cycle. When I asked about his Truck which is a newer model he replied with “I figured I would
Interviewing someone you know may be a more easier with than someone you do not know. In this case, I interviewed my friend Matthew Guerrero. He is a sophomore here at Washburn. Matthew's background is different than mine because he is Hispanic and grew up with his married parents and his one brother. That differs from my background because I grew up with divorced parents going back and forth between the two every weekend. I also grew up a bit different because there is a total of eight kids in my family. I chose to interview Matthew because even though we both have two very different life's we are very similar. I think it is interesting how we had complete opposite lives growing up but we both are almost boy-girl version of each other and
Identically to virtually every man ever born, Ben Roberts wasn't exactly comfortable in the presence of a distraught, emotional and crying woman, and although he'd faced up to, and taken down a plethora of Russian assassins, with their Uzi machine pistols and relentless attempts to kill he and Sky, without barely a pause or hint of fear, here he was no, in the forest, with his teeth clenched as he spoke, and cosoled her, filled with nerves that he'd wrong thing, or that his compassion, sincere as it was, wouldn't appear that same way to Sky, and that he'd set her off again, or make the situation even worse. The threat to kick him in the balls was fine, even the act, though he didn't believe she meant it, as he gently spoke to her, and lifted her into his arms, as that was but was physical pain, but if she started screaming again, how the hell
I interviewed Mr. Dean Bond two weeks ago. He works as a Sr. Chemist for Mallinckrodt, where he has been employed for over 14 years. I estimate he is in his 40s.
I became acquainted with George Stemm after I graduated from Globe High School a little over eighteen years ago. George attended the rival Miami High School, so while the town was small, we somehow never crossed paths until meeting at the party of a mutual friends’ the summer of my graduation. At 33 years old, George has lived in Arizona his entire life and seemed to be the perfect person to interview for this subject, as he comes from a line of native born Arizonans. “I’m the fourth generation of my family to be born and raised in Arizona,” he says as he proudly displays the Arizona state flag he has tattooed on his right arm. Could there be a better subject to interview on an Arizona native’s opinion of tourists?
Doctor Larry Smith was the Pediatrician in Toombs County for as long as I can remember. He was well-known and loved in the community and a member of Lyons First United Methodist Church. Dr. Larry was married and he had two daughters, one stepdaughter and a stepson.