Phone: (208) 333-8965

Kalen Wright

Accounting Services

As the daughter of entrepreneurs, Kalen’s naturally acquired business acumen has guided much of her career in accounting. While serving as the bookkeeper for her parent’s Arctic Circle franchise, Kalen ventured on to become the receptionist for Deagle Ames, where her past accounting experience steadily promoted her to become a full-time tax preparer, bookkeeper, and consultant over the next ten years. A lover of solutions and a master of detail, Kalen specializes in helping her clients clean up their books and resolve payroll reporting issues swiftly and accurately. While she works with a broad range of clients, Kalen works significantly with clients in the restaurant, agriculture, medical, and construction industries and has gained considerable exposure to helping those clients with COVID-19-related payroll complications, like the Paycheck Protection Program.

Kalen studied Aviation Technology at Utah State University and Elementary Education at Idaho State University and Boise State University through the College of Southern Idaho. Adventurous at heart, she started toward her pilot’s license her senior year of high school and took her first solo ride the summer before her freshman year of college. She has served on the Buhl Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, is a member of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, and currently volunteers with District 6 of the Idaho High School Rodeo Association and Twin Falls County 4H Program. Kalen’s true passion is spending time with her number one priority: her husband and three children.

Professional Designations / Civic Associations:
  • Board of Directors, Buhl Chamber of Commerce
Volunteer / Awards:
  • Member, P.E.O. Sisterhood
  • Member, Kiwanis Club
  • Volunteer, Idaho School Rodeo Association District 6
  • Volunteer, Twins Falls County 4H Program
Book Most Recently Read:
The President’s Daughter by James Patterson and former President Bill Clinton
Favorite Quote:
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” - Maya Angelou