Nathan Ganz

Growing up in the Pacific NW, Nathan enjoyed being outdoors, playing sports and music. He received a Bachelor of Theology from Portland Bible College and spent 9 years working in ministry. Shortly after, he began a career in financial services and has never looked back.

Nathan spent the beginning of his financial career with West Pac Wealth Partners as a Managing Director. His time with West Pac helped develop his passion for business and business owners. After nearly 6 years he co-founded NW Premier as a way to serve his clients in a more wholistic and meaningful way.

​​When he’s not working you’ll likely find Nathan on an adventure with his three boys.

Mike Ross

Mike was adopted from Peru by Canadian parents and moved to the states at 9 years old. Growing up he learned the value of money hay bailing in summers. Waking up at 4am and working until 10am helped him realize the value of money and time. While in school, Mike remembers getting magazines for foreclosed homes and always wanted to know how houses could be going 2 for 1. This started his desire to understand how real estate and money work. Mike graduated from WSU in 2016 after working full time and going to school part time. With a BA in marketing and a minor in sales, he looked for a company to teach him about real estate, business and money. After interviewing  over 15 companies he found his home with Nathan Ganz and co-founded NW Premier. Mike’s son is his driving force to continue to educate himself, build and maintain a solid reputation in our community, truly building a legacy for his son. He hopes his son will take his efforts to heart or even take over one day. Mike truly believes the more money you make, the more you give back.

Amy Gilson

Amy grew up in a small town of Central California. Always on the move playing sports, hiking, camping, and caring for animals. Her independence pushed her out to attend college while working full time. She went to community college to earn an associates degree then continued on to California State University, Chico. She graduated in 2017 with a bachelor’s of Business Administration with an option in Accounting.

Amy spent nearly eight years at a bookkeeping, payroll, and tax office. She worked with a variety of small businesses and individuals working her way up to learn all aspects of the business.
The start of a new chapter in life has come after venturing into management with NW Premier. Her and her husband also just had their first child!

Noah Stokes

The first thing Noah would want you to know is that he’s a father to three beautiful little girls. This shapes and affects every decision he makes whether personally or professionally. He knows what it is like to have the pressures of providing for a family, protecting what you have and simultaneously building wealth for the future. Noah has founded multiple companies; growing them from an idea to over $9.5MM in combined annual revenue and 200 employees. He believes that entrepreneurship and owning a business is not for the faint of heart. Therefore, he is extremely passionate about consulting and creating effective business strategies so he can advocate for those who strive for greatness while avoiding major pitfalls along the way.

When you work with Noah, you can expect honesty, transparency and a high degree of innovation in everything he does.  He believes in maintaining a positive mindset, creating partnerships with a purpose, and always striving for life changing outcomes.

Nadine Miller

Nadine graduated from WSU in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a double major in accounting and management information systems. She began her bookkeeping career while she was still in school and has worked with clients in a variety of industries. With years of accounting and customer service experience, she’s good with the numbers and she’s good with people.
Nadine guarantees clear communication and fast and accurate bookkeeping according to IRS rules. She hopes that her clients will be able to focus on growing their business and in turn be happier and less stressed knowing there is a dedicated bookkeeper to better organize their finances and provide timely financial reports.
Nadine has spent her entire life in the Pacific NW and has no intention of leaving. She loves the outdoors, camping, snowboarding, riding dirt bikes and traveling to compete with her horses.

Molly Boyl

A Portland Oregon native and self-described “triple threat mom” (twin mom, stepmom, dog mom), Molly is a University of Oregon alum and proud permanent resident of the PNW.

Molly came to bookkeeping by way of running her own business for 10 years. A fascination with novel challenges and a love of community led her into entrepreneurship at 23 when she and a friend quit their day jobs to open a coffee shop. The experience taught her adaptability, grit, and the importance of keeping a tidy set of books!

Her focus at NW Premier is to take bookkeeping off of your plate so that you can spend more of your time running and growing your business and doing the things you love.


Diane Moore

The daughter of a Navy Wave and career Naval Officer dad, she has a natural love for travel and has been fortunate to visit many countries but still has many left on her bucket list! She was raised in Hawaii and San Diego, then Central California. She continued her move north and headed to Oregon with her son in 1985. They both feel blessed to call beautiful Oregon home.
Diane’s career has been truly varied from owning and operating a Christmas Tree farm, working as a paraprofessional/tax preparer and as client software support for CPA firms, to running her own bookkeeping and payroll business since the 90s. In 2000 she was recruited by a client and spent the next 27 years working as a controller for a privately owned small hydroelectric project, while still operating a reduced-clientele bookkeeping company.
Her passions are travel, dogs and kids and a proud mother to her amazing son. She began fostering dogs in 2008 and has fostered over 84 to date for rescues in Lane County. Diane has also been a strong advocate for children, especially those in foster care, and supports CASA in its mission locally.
All of this to explain that Diane hates being bored, enjoys staying busy, and has always felt her role as a bookkeeper was to be a support for her clients as they grew larger and more successful, providing them with tools to run their businesses efficiently and knowledgeably. She looks forward to working with you and helping you succeed in your goals!

Jamie Barber

Jamie began her career in Property Management in 2005 where she assisted with a
major rehabilitation of a 280 unit apartment complex in the Tacoma area. The
community had low income and tax credit requirements, which had its challenges.

In 2008 Jamie relocated to Clark County and continued to gain experience in the
industry working as an Assistant Community Manager on 400+ single family homes
while also doing accounts receivable for the Association department.

She managed an Association portfolio of 30 HOA and condo
communities in both Washington and Oregon, overseeing the daily operations including
A/P, A/R, reviewing monthly financials, construction defect, insurance claims, and legal
proceedings. While working as a community manager, Jamie also managed the
disclosure department, working with local Realtors and Title companies on disclosure
requests for sales.

Her attention to detail, quick turnaround and knowledge of the
Associations governing documents made for smooth sales transactions for both the
buyer and seller. In addition to her management roles, Jamie was the training lesion
and also worked in the payroll department as well as corporate accounting. A great
multitasker, she enjoys problem solving and making sure client accounts are organized
and accurate.  She’s also a Mom of 2, enjoys cooking and spending time with family and friends.

Jessica Rudisill

Jessica grew up in the small town of Onalaska, WA where both her parents own and operate their own businesses.  As part of the family business, Jessica grew into many roles within both companies, ultimately giving her years of experience in office management, bookkeeping and financial planning.  As her family grew, she moved into the Vancouver area where she was able to satisfy her desire to help students in the SPED department at a local High School, while still helping other businesses maintain their books.

 After a few years, she joined a non-profit organization that focused on providing a safe place for teens to hang out after school.  Not only was Jessica the Teen Center manager there, but she was also their office manager and maintained their financial books and operating budget.

Jessica is now moving into a new chapter in her life as her last 2 of 6 kids are graduating High school and has recently become a new Grandma.  This new chapter allows Jessica and her husband to pursue more of their goals, their passions to travel, their hobbies, and of course, more time with their kids and new grandson.