Leita Hart-Fanta, Principal
Leita makes auditing fun and easy. She converts the complex topics of auditing standards, internal controls, risk assessment, and report writing into information that professionals can absorb and use.
Leita is the author of:
- Accounting Demystified – a McGraw-Hill book explaining basic accounting concepts
- Continuing professional education self-study manuals and videos on:
- The Risk Assessment and Internal Controls
- Cash Flow
- The Yellow Book – Government Auditing Standards
- Governmental Accounting
- Lean/Six Sigma for Accountants
- Single Audit
- Basic Audit Skills
- Interviewing Skills for Auditors
- Audit Reports
- The Public Funds Investment Act on-line course for Texas State University
Leita is an experienced facilitator, having led over 1200 full or multi-day seminars. She has also keynoted numerous conferences and developed over 25 distinct courses and speeches. She was named an “Outstanding Presenter” by the Institute of Internal Auditors in 2014.
Leita is the founder of Yellowbook-CPE – a site for self-study courses for government auditors. She started her business in 1996.
Leita develops audit and CPA training curriculums for Walmart and Deloitte.
Leita is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelors in business administration. She is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Government Financial Manager, and Certified Government Audit Professional. She serves on the government conference planning committee the Texas Society of CPAs and is a member of the AICPA, TSCPA, IIA, and AGA.
She lives with her fishing obsessed husband and two beautiful tween daughters in Austin, Texas.
Chelsea Lee Derrington, Administrative Officer
Chelsea enjoys keeping things organized so that Yellowbook-CPE.com runs smoothly and efficiently. She lives in Austin with her husband, who designs lighting for alt rock bands, and their two sweet dogs.
Carol Longman, Accounting
Carol is a self-described nerd. Her days start with reading the comics, then seeing how many bank statements she can find to reconcile. Then she tries to find something to organize, like a pantry or silverware drawer. Then she looks for more accounts to reconcile. Life in Georgetown, Texas is quiet and she likes it.