Meet the Team
Yosefa R. Huber, CPA (US)
Yosefa Huber is native of South Florida with a special connection to Pittsburgh, where she studied art and design and worked in the Jewish community. After graduating Summa Cum Laude with a BBA in accounting from Florida Atlantic University, and completing her CPA exams, Yosefa moved to Israel in 2009. Yosefa worked for a number of years at two large accounting firms in Tel Aviv. In 2016, after her youngest son was born, Yosefa started her own firm offering uniquely personalized attention to Americans in Israel. Yosefa is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant through the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy. Yosefa lived in Petach Tikva with her husband, five children, and dog until moving to Haifa in 2018.
Yael Katz, CPA (Israel)
Yael made Aliyah from Baltimore in 1999. She graduated from Open University, Israel with a degree in accounting and interned in a top Tel Aviv accounting firm, earning her Israeli CPA license in 2014. In 2015-2016 Yael learned US tax accounting while working with Yosefa at a multi-national accounting firm in Tel Aviv.
Yael also holds an MBA from Netanya College and an additional degree in English teaching. For a few years, Yael took a break from accounting to dedicate herself to coordinating the English program for a Netanya elementary school, where she helped develop one of the top English curriculums. When she's not working, Yael enjoys helping children learn English, volunteering in the English library for orphan children, in Netanya, and baking. She has recently returned to accounting in order to help Yosefa R. Huber, CPA in our quest to provide the highest quality tax service for Americans living abroad.
Daniel keeps the day-to-day operations of the office running smoothly, with a wide range of duties including billing, document collection, customer service, and tech support. Daniel joined the team in 2019, not long after moving to Israel from Atlanta, Georgia with his wife and daughter. Prior to joining Yosefa R. Huber, CPA, Daniel worked as the General Manager at several of the largest restaurants in the southeast US. He regularly writes poetry, with work appearing in The Blue Monday Review (2015) and The Rest (2018). Daniel enjoys reading and spending time with his family.