Justine is the business manager at Surprenant & Beneski, P.C.. Leading the day-to-day operations of the firm, Justine helps the team remain productive and focused on client-centric activity. Along with strategic and business planning, she also leads long-term projects that focus on the efficiency and effectiveness of our operations. Partnering with team members, Justine helps us identify opportunities for improving internal efficiency and our overall client experience. Additionally, Justine oversees the human resource functions in our office. In her free time, Justine enjoys adventures with her son, visiting Horseneck Beach and Noah’s Place Playground. She lives with her family in Bristol, Rhode Island.
What do you like about working at the firm?
It is a collaborative environment. I feel empowered to offer new ideas.
What are your personal values that drive you?
Empathy, honesty, curiosity.
What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
Reading, going on adventures with my son, and exploring new restaurants in the area.
Do you have a personal motto or favorite quote?
Be kind, everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle
What do you want our clients to know about you?
I live with my husband, Josh, three-year-old son, Francis, and three-year-old dog, Coco, in Bristol, Rhode Island. We are lucky to live near our parents, who we see often. I enjoy spending time outdoors all year round and I love to read, especially mysteries.
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