Rachel Smith


Founder, Advisor

Rachel has a BA from the University of Chicago, a Graduate Certificate in Accounting from North Seattle College.  In addition to being a CPA, she is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor and has also completed coursework in QuickBooks Winery Solutions.

Rachel initially moved to Chelan to start Sunshine Organics, a small organic farm.  She also leased and operated Sunshine Farm Market for several years. Rachel has been an accountant full time since 2013.  She lives in Chelan with her husband Edgar, a painter and art instructor, and their two daughters. When not working, you can find Rachel studying violin with her older daughter, cycling with her husband, or digging in the garden with her preschooler.



Rebecca Airmet is a bookkeeper for Books on Point. After over twenty years in the editing business, she decided to try her hand at numbers and found she really enjoyed it. Her experience managing the monthly project cycle of an academic research journal and her experience as a self-employed editor has carried over well to bookkeeping.  In editing, every word needs to be right; in bookkeeping, every number needs to be right.

Rebecca is also an Idaho native, and the older sister of Books on Point owner Rachel Smith. She holds an honors BA in English from the University of Utah, is a certified HubDoc Expert, and is working on her Quickbooks Pro Advisor Certification. She is active in her local community, serving on the Capital Improvement Budget committee for the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, which she now calls home. When she’s not crunching numbers or words, she’s knitting, spinning yarn, or riding her bicycle.


Nicole Poyner


Bookkeeper, QuickBooks ProAdvisor

Nicole has a degree in Accounting from Central Washington University.  She worked in non-profit accounting in Bellingham, WA for 11 years before moving to Entiat when her husband took the position of Superintendent of the Entiat Hotshots.  Nicole is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor.  Nicole has two daughters, whom she raises in free-range style on their 100 acres up the Entiat River Road.