Chance’s experience spans a spectrum of accounting and financial support roles that have contributed to helping develop the financial clarity and strength of various small businesses. After approximately 6 years in Air Traffic Control with the U.S. Air Force, Chance earned his multiple accounting degrees while, at the same time, also pursuing roles in public accounting and providing his expertise as an independent bookkeeper.
Having successfully worked with a broad base of clients in a variety of capacities, Chance has had the opportunity to further broaden his own skillset to also include VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and Python programming languages!
Q&A With Chance
What do you consider your professional superpowers to be?
Extremely organized and task oriented.
I also own my own blue collar business outside of SBS and try to approach clients how I would like to be approached as a business owner.
What do you like most about the craft industry?
I’ve worked numerous blue collar jobs and they all had one thing in common: the camaraderie was built outside of work over a few beers. That feeling of being part of the team is also present on the backend of things, and it’s a good feeling knowing I can help brewery owners and operators continue to give that feeling to others.
What are some of your other interests?
When the weather allows it, I love kayaking on the Connecticut River. Traveling and experiencing new cultures at the ground level is another passion of mine. 9 countries and counting!
What’s your craft beverage of choice?
Zero Gravity Green State Lager