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Episode 32:

Breaking Down Barriers and Creating a Path for Others

Jonyce Bullock


The Upstream Leader’s Jeremy Clopton talks with Jonyce Bullock about her journey to becoming a managing partner. Along the way, they discuss how she broke down barriers, created a path for others, and strives to leave the profession better each day.

About the Guest

Jonyce is CEO of Squire and Office Managing Partner of their Orem office. She graduated Cum Laude from Brigham Young University with a B.S. and Master of Accountancy with an emphasis in taxation. Jonyce is a certified public accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants. Jonyce started at Squire in 1999 as a member of Squire’s tax team. In 2000, Jonyce started what became Squire’s QuickBooks support and consulting team and served as client accounting service lead. Squire became the first Intuit Partner in Utah and under Jonyce’s leadership, Squire is now the only Intuit Premier Partner in Utah. Prior to taking the helm as CEO in January 2018, Jonyce led Squire’s advisory practice area team from 2012-2017. Jonyce was the first female partner at CEO at Squire.

Jonyce is a five time recipient of the Intuit top 100 ProAdvisor honor. She was also the recipient of the AICPA/UACPA Women to Watch – Emerging Leader award for 2011 as well as a recipient of Utah Business Magazine 30 Women to Watch Award for 2012 and CEO of the Year Award in 2020. She has been named twice as CPA Practice Advisor’s Top 40 under 40 CPAs in America. Recently, Jonyce was awarded the AICPA Women to Watch Experienced Leader Award.

Jonyce sits on the Advisory Board at both the Brigham Young University School of Accountancy, as well as the University of Utah School of Accountancy. She is on the Board of Directors for the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce and is an Ambassador for the Utah Women in Leadership project. Previously Jonyce was the President of the Utah Association of CPA’s.

Jonyce is a loving and devoted mother of two children with her husband. In her free time, she enjoys attending local theater programs and BYU sporting events with her family.

Highlights / Transcript

  • How “saying yes and figuring it out” was the foundation of her journey.
  • Changing the mindset of what constitutes a path to partner.
  • Accomplishing the previously unaccomplished.



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