About Robin Loupus Bookkeeping

Budgeting / Bookkeeping Professionals in Gastonia, NC

Robin Loupus Bookkeeping

I am a wife and mother, self-proclaimed craftaholic, and a bit of a nerd. I graduated from Appalachian State University where I studied Accounting and Business Marketing. I obtained my MBA while pregnant with my first born. After years in the corporate world I decided it suited me and my family best to start my own business. So with a leap of faith I decided to open my own business that would allow me to showcase my talents and still be there for my family. I take pride in my relationships, partnerships, and work ethic. I love helping other people to succeed in life, which is what makes it so rewarding to aid small business owners in taking the reins of their business. Allowing them to focus on what they love to do- which is why they started the business to begin with.

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Shelly Hiscox

Robin Loupus Bookkeeping

Shelly Hiscox is a bookkeeping and budgeting professional with over 15 years of experience working with Nonprofit and Government Organizations. Shelly specializes in organizational budgeting and was responsible for the creation and implementation of program budgets for multi-million dollar organizations. As a long-time user of QuickBooks Shelly brings with her a vast knowledge base and the ability to manage a variety of accounts. Shelly is a military spouse who currently resides in Georgia with her husband and their ten-year-old daughter. In her free time, Shelly enjoys crafting, sewing, and Bunco with her friends.

Stephanie Leo

Robin Loupus Bookkeeping

Stephanie’s bookkeeping and QuickBooks skills build on the financial experience she gained while serving as a commercial lending officer with Bank of America. She is working toward becoming a Certified Bookkeeper after taking time off to raise her three children. Stephanie is a current partner of Social Venture Partners (SVP), a non-profit venture philanthropy organization, and is actively involved in SVP’s SEED20 social innovation annual event. Over the years, she has been extensively involved with and held numerous leadership roles and board positions in her Charlotte neighborhood and public schools. Stephanie graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Davidson College with a B.A. in Economics. She enjoys walking with her friends, biking, hiking, reading, skiing, and spending new-found time with her husband.