Kimberly A. Juda

Kim Juda is the firm’s managing partner. She is a Fort Lauderdale native who upon graduation from Stetson University joined the firm in 1984. Initially she was assigned to the auditing department which was mainly comprised of governmental clients and the Seminole Tribe of Florida. After a few years working with the firm she migrated to the common interest really association clients.  In 1990 she became a partner in Goldman & Juda, P.A.   Kim believes in the team concept of managing the office, operates under an open door policy and highly values her partners and employees.   She is devoted to providing exceptional client services.

Over the years her focus has been on the design and implementation of quality controlled auditing and monthly accounting services; programs, policies and procedures. She also is committed to advancing the usage of technology to employ the most efficient and innovative hardware and software for the firm.

Kim is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA), the Communities Association Institute (CAI), The Florida Association of Special Districts (FASD), the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW), and the International Women’s Leadership Association (IWLA). She is recognized by Top Female Executives, Professionals and Entrepreneurs as a Successful Woman Making a Difference and serves on the FICPA Women in Leadership Committee and Broward College Business Advisory Board.  She was the former Chairman of the Florida Institute of C.P.A.s Committee on Common Interest Realty Associations and has lectured on related topics. She was a key person in the organization and operation of the first Annual CIRA Conference for CPAs from around the State of Florida.

She has been engaged to consult as to the design and installation of new computer systems, conversions to paperless environments, lock box processing, collection practices systems and best practices work flow.  She has also implemented manual, non-automated procedures for situations that occur such as hurricanes and wide-spread power outages to ensure stability and continuity during community disasters. In addition she will engage with insurance companies at every level on your behalf and, has in the past, successfully recovered millions of dollars in claims after the initial settlements.

Kim’s an animal lover and when not at work you can find her at her home, the “Runaway Ranch” in Southwest Ranches. Runaway Ranch is home to her horses, dogs and cats. She also sponsors and supports the Humane Society of Broward County (HSBC), the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), the World Wildlife Fund, “In Jacob’s Shoes”, University of Miami Sylvester Cancer Center and the City of Hope.