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 Resume for Coach Diane Boettcher


Diane R. Boettcher, CPA

Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA ,M.S. Taxation student, 2006 to present.

University of Vermont, Burlington, VT,MBA student, 2004-2006.

University of Vermont, Burlington, VT,B.S.  1979.

McIntosh College, Dover, NH, A.S. in Accounting, 1996.

Certified Public Accountant (CPA), California Board of Accountancy, current
State Runner-Up, Young Careerist, North Carolina Business & Professional Women
Award for Outstanding [Professional] Achievement, University of Vermont

Software proficiencies:
Premium Pro, Lacerte, ProFx, MRI, Quickbooks, Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, GoSystems, ATB, and RIA.
Presentation skills:
Numerous large group public speaking engagements utilizing live demonstrators, PowerPoint presentations, overhead projector templates or extemporaneous speech.
Past president of regional coaches organization, local AAUW branch and home owners’ association.  Former director of several soccer camps and coaching clinics.  
Tax Specialist, VSP; Rancho Cordova, CA -2009
Preparing tax files for partnerships and LLC’s.  Researching tax issues.  Responding to IRS and FTB notices.  Preparing company tax return involving over 200 entities. Assisting with partner trades.

Tax Analyst, Panattoni Development Co.; Sacramento, CA - 2006 to 2009 Preparing tax files for partnerships and LLC’s.  Researching tax issues.  Responding to IRS and FTB notices.  Preparing company tax return involving over 200 entities. Assisting with partner trades.

Staff Accountant, Small public firm, Grass Valley, CA- 2005-2006  Compiled financial statements using Quickbooks.  Prepared individual, corporate, trust and non-profit tax returns as well as quarterly payroll forms.  Tracked client tasks.

Tax Accountant, Gallagher, Flynn & Company; Burlington, VT-2004-2005 Prepared a diverse variety of tax forms for clients and assisted in a forensic case.

Budget Administrator, Middlebury (VT) College Athletics Dept.; VT-1998-2004 Supervisor for four budgets within department structure- setting and meeting targets. 

Tax Preparer, Enman and Associates, CPA’s; Williston, VT - 2001 and 2002  Prepared tax returns for individuals and small businesses.  Aided in valuation work for sale of a business.  Used CCH, Pro Fx, Excel and Microsoft Office software.

Staff Accountant, Homer, Palermo and Company, CPA’s; Auburn, CA -1997  Aided in audits of trucking and construction firms.  Prepared corporate tax forms.  Used ATB, Pro Fx, CCH, Excel and Microsoft Office software.

Vice President, 49er Youth Soccer League; Placer County, CA - 1997  Prepared all financial statements for three years and headed the incorporation process.  Lead project for tax exempt status for I.R.S. and State of California.


  • Head Coach of Soccer and Softball, Middlebury (VT) College.1998-2004

  • Physical Educator, Maine SAD 75 & 57.  1994-1997

  • Head Coach of Soccer, University of Maine.  1991-1994

  • Assistant Director of Soccer Operations, Davidson (NC) College.  1989-1991

  • Assistant Professor in Physical Education, Bates (ME) College.  1980-1989

  • Coach of the Year, National Soccer Coaches Association of America




 Diane gets ideas for future articles


I just spent a week in Oregon with my cousin- a mom who plays soccer and coaches the local high school varsity team. Her own daughter went to the Dark Side- tried out for volleyball.

 Anyhow, I have always been one to tout the great benefits of positive male role models for adolescent girls- men interested in their development as people and the validation these positive men give to girls' athletic pursuits. As a female athlete of the '70's, I find the whole thing refreshing contrast to the "girls' athletic association" organization foist on us as our only avenue of participation. Yet, I know I was a product of the affirmative action in hunting for female coaching role models and the subsequent ghetto where women only get jobs coaching women. My pitch would be to get the soccer moms coaching their sons as well as daughters.

Check back for some future articles by Diane on this topic.