Sandeep Narayan Tripathi is a financial analyst. He has an extensive and diverse fund and corporate accounting experience in treasury management, month-end accounting close, general ledger analysis and month end financial procedures and reporting. He has a vast knowledge of corporate, partnership and personal income taxes.
With over 35 years experience, he has gained outstanding experience as an innovative Accounting Professional and has demonstrated the ability to effectively plan, coordinate and meet deadlines. He has been well noted for positive rapport with co-workers and excellent communications with the clients. He has acquired excessive knowledge of Computer Hardware, Software and Networking through self-study and hands-on experience.
His greatest achievement was in the year 2003 when his weekly Financial Reporting gained momentum and steered Vignone P.C.P. & Associates, Inc., a subsidiary, to become the number one Penn Mutual Agency in the nation (for that year).
Sandeep is passionate about creative writing and has few of his poems published. He received an award for the best new poets in the year 1988. He taught himself (through a series of books), how to write a full-length Screenplay. He has been diligently working on a screenplay for a Motion Picture, “A Wilderness of Voices”. Since inception, the play has gone through several revisions. He is convinced that the best is yet to come (his mentor’s opinion).
Aside from being a bright individual, Sandeep is a highly versatile individual. Every experience, no matter how great or small, has molded him into the current state of being. He possesses the ability to solve problems more realistically and methodically while having the potential to excel in anything (almost). He strives to enrich the lives of people within his circle of friends.
The more he ages, the more enlightened he becomes and the more light he sheds. He has a proven track record of taking ownership and steering people in the right direction; however, there have been exceptions as manifested by the following idiom: “you can lead a horse to the water (but you can’t make him/it drink)”. Based on his life’s experiences, personal and professional, he is able to guide individuals with a sense of direction (with a few exceptions). He has great analytical powers. He leads a charmed life. He manifests his approval with a hearty laugh.
Sandeep is a quick thinker, quick-witted and comprehends life’s challenges wondrously. He connects the dots, by making use of his cognitive skills, to solve life’s mysteries. It’s a learning process exemplified by change. “A flower doesn’t grow unless you water and tend to it”. Thus, Sandeep continues to progress his passion for writing and his enthusiasm for getting a job well done.