Balancing the books may not be an art. But to me, it’s a thing of beauty.
If I weren’t doing real estate, I’d be: Farming
Favorite passport stamp: Czech Republic
Drink of choice: Desperate Southern Gentleman
We have a treasure of the bookkeeping trade.
At Kinzer, Tori Brewster has one job and she does it well. She handles all of our bookkeeping, an indispensable role at any successful business.
Tori attended Mills College and the University of Washington, studying sociology and writing. With school behind her, Tori opened her own bookkeeping service, where she served a long list of clients for several years.
But what makes Tori truly interesting is her life outside of her office job.
She’s traveled across the United States working on organic farms. She’s lived in Montana, Maine, and California. She’s also explored parts of Northern and Eastern Europe.
Today, Tori lives in Tacoma, and her community is her center of gravity. She volunteers on a farm that grows food for lower income students and teachers. As a Canning Club member, she teaches people how to preserve food. She’s the treasurer of the Tacoma Tool Library Community Board.
And when she’s not offering community service, Tori spends time with her family and dogs, practices yoga, plays piano, and reads continuously.