Francis joined Wright CPA group in 2016 after spending five years in the oil and gas industry.
Previously, Francis worked at Enbridge Energy (ELTM) where he partnered with risk management and accounting staff to build all accounting procedures for ELTM’s new blending and export operations. Additionally, he oversaw domestic and foreign deliveries of refined products, coordinated rail, truck and pipeline deliveries throughout the continental United States.
He attended Mississippi State University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Sports Business and is currently enrolled Northwestern University’s Certified Financial Planner program.
Francis' favorite leisure activities include hunting, fishing, and attending Mississippi State sporting events.
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