Hey, I'm Jennifer Lazarus, CPA
Customer Ally

"Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.”
Henry Ford

A consistency and competency that cultivates deep trust.

Jennifer Lazarus, CPA is one of our Customer Allies and leads her clients through the fulfillment of our contracts and multiple projects. She began professionally with designing homes in an architectural firm long ago before starting her career in accounting. She then took a journey through small firms, and larger real estate companies, finally ending up at Goldman Sachs in the real estate investment division before joining Team Blumer. She holds a Bachelors and Masters in Accounting from the University of Memphis.

Jennifer is rock solid in her pursuit of excellence in her work with clients (and it shows!). She loves to take all of the financial burdens off of the shoulders of our team, allowing them to focus on their businesses. She is a true team player, always willing and able to take on the latest project for a client or lead larger clients on a weekly basis in deeper service. As a new client, she’ll greet you “Thank you for allowing us to serve you!” The ever-changing tax guidance can be a bear to wade through, but she takes it in stride.

Though she resides in Dallas now, she is an original Tennessee native. A great lover of Tex-Mex, you’ll find her enjoying the Texas outback camping and hiking with her German Shepherd dog (and maybe a taco or two). Like our other team, she has a creative side - she loves to still design house plans on the side (from her architectural firm days). Her caffeine isn’t found in a cup of Joe, but in her favorite beverage: water flavored with strawberry Crystal Light (it has caffeine)! Her favorite music artist is Lindsey Stirling and she would love the Super Power of teleportation. She loves the good Lord, her family, and the start of summer (with a good novel in hand).

Favorite movie: Pirates of the Caribbean series

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