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Justin Thomsen
Justin Thomsen
Event to help clear clutter

RENO — It’s not just physical clutter that obstructs success. Mental and spiritual clutter also are barriers until they are understood and managed, according to Kelli Wilson, speaker at the June eWomenNetwork event. 

Wilson will present “Creating wild success by clearing the clutter” from 5 to 8 p.m. (doors open and informal networking begins at 4:30 p.m.) on Wednesday at the Hidden Valley Country Club, 3575 E. Hidden Valley Drive in Reno.

Wilson is a clutter breakthrough expert and author of “The Clutter Breakthrough — Your Five-Step Solution to Freedom from Clutter Forever.” Endorsed by Peter Walsh, the organizer for Oprah Winfrey, and “The Secret” DVD star, Dr. Joe Vitale, Wilson’s book opens the conversation about how mental, physical and spiritual clutter serve to keep people disconnected from their lives. Wilson offers clutter breakthrough coaching to clients across the country. Through her workshops and coaching groups, she helps participants with effective solutions for their own clutter breakthroughs.  

The evening includes dinner and eWomenNetwork’s trademarked accelerated networking opportunities. Cost is $40 for members, $50 for non-members and $60 for all late registrations beginning June 11. Vendor display tables also are available at the event.

eWomenNetwork is North America’s leading women’s organization for the support, promotion and showcasing of members’ products and services to help them achieve their professional goals. For more information or to register for the June 15 event, visit or call 853-2120.

CPA for Muckel Anderson joins exclusive club

RENO — Justin Thomsen, CPA and senior associate at Muckel Anderson CPAs, a full-service tax, audit and financial services firm, has earned a Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP) credential from the American Institute of CPAs.

Thomsen becomes one of six CPAs in Nevada to earn the designation, as listed on the CITP Credential Holder Directory, and one of 1,450 CPAs that hold the CITP credential nationwide.

As a CITP, Thomsen is skilled in the areas of business and information technology services to serve clients’ business needs including risk assessment, fraud, information security, internal controls, information management and business process improvement, data analysis and financial reporting.

“Due to the nature of the CITP credential, our clients can have the confidence in Justin’s ability to deliver a combination of business and information technology services to solve complex challenges facing their businesses today,” said Grant “Butch” Anderson III, managing partner of Muckel Anderson CPAs. “Justin will be critical in integrating technology into our firm’s business strategy and those of our clients.”

Thomsen joined Muckel Anderson in 2005. He specializes in preparing individual and corporate tax returns, compilations and compliance and financial audits for gaming properties. He also assists with the firm’s IT and web services. He received a bachelor’s of science degree in business administration emphasizing both accounting and information systems from the University of Nevada, Reno. Thomsen currently serves as vice president of development for the UNR College of Business Alumni Board, is a member of Nevada Bighorns Unlimited and volunteers with the Reno Rodeo Association.

LexisNexis legal research training

RENO — The Washoe County Law Library will host two free LexisNexis training sessions at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on June 16. These will be held at the Law Library, located at 75 Court St. Sessions are open to everyone; lawyers can receive one Nevada CLE credit. Learn the convenience and expediency of using the LexisNexis legal databases that the law library offers to the public. Space is limited.

Reserve your spot by calling the Washoe County Law Library at 328-3250.
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