Jennifer Horn, moved to the Roaring Fork Valley in 1998 after graduating from the University of Oklahoma. As the story goes, she came for the winter and stayed for the summer…and never left. Realizing there was nowhere else she would rather be, she made her home in Carbondale. In 2004, after volunteering for the Komen Aspen Breast Cancer Foundation, she was approached to become their Affiliate Director. With help from the Foundation Treasurer and her personal CPA, Jen quickly became proficient in Quickbooks and bookkeeping. Soon after, she was able to teach Quickbooks classes, as well as help small business owners with all aspects of starting and running a company.
After Komen Aspen dissolved, Jen continued providing bookkeeping services for local companies like Ajax Home Management, The LUSSO Collection, and Eagle Crest Nursery. In 2020, Jen, and her husband Eric, took over ownership of Sopris Bookkeeping when the former owner was ready for a new endeavor. Jen has been practicing bookkeeping for almost 20 years, and is a Quickbooks Pro Advisor, an IRS registered paid tax return preparer, and a member of the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers. When Jen isn’t crunching numbers, she can be found hiking, watching college football, or anything involving her 2 beloved dogs.
Eric Horn is a born and raised Aspen native. After graduating from Colorado State University, he came back to his roots to enjoy the mountain lifestyle and to pursue a career in the ski industry. As an avid ski racer and mountain bike racer, he found his niche at Aspen Sports. For more than 10 years, he ran their 7 store multi-Million dollar ski and bike rental operation. Eric has always been mechanically inclined, and in 2005, he realized he was ready to start a career in property management. He has been the Operations Manager for a local property management company for the past 15 years. Eric learned Quickbooks from his wife, and will assist Jen at Sopris Bookkeeping as needed. When Eric isn’t working, you might find him on the mountain bike trails or playing in the back country powder.