Ryann Hodge is a fourth-generation native of Fort Collins, who literally grew up in small business. From inventory to stocking, payroll to chopping; Ryann gained perspective on every aspect of small business in numerous industries, leading to the realization that processes were key to creating efficiency, analyzing financial info, and forecasting for the future.
Ryann received her B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Colorado State University and went on to complete the Enrolled Agent designation, passing each of the three exams on the first attempt. Over the last 18 years, Ryann has worked with entrepreneurs to create accounting processes, increase cash flow, troubleshoot financial struggles, decrease tax liabilities and grow scale-able, sale-able businesses. Passionate for building businesses and educating entrepreneurs, there is no challenge she won’t tackle (except maybe inventory…)!
In her free time, Ryann enjoys the active Colorado lifestyle, especially by the water with family and friends! When she’s not snuggling her rambunctious boxer, Beethoven…
Anthony Robb is a recent transplant to Fort Collins after spending 14 years in Oklahoma City. Raised in Missouri, Anthony graduated in 2005 with a B.S. in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Missouri (Go Tigers!) and after moving to Oklahoma City graduated in 2011 with a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Central Oklahoma.
Anthony fell in love with Fort Collins on a trip with friends and decided that he wanted nothing more than to live here. After spending 8 years working with small businesses in his public accounting roles in Oklahoma City, he was very particular about the type of accounting he wanted to do. Momentum Tax & Financial was a perfect fit for Anthony’s love of helping small business entrepreneurs. He brings experience in all aspects of accounting and tax.
In his free time, Anthony loves being active doing a variety of activities including CrossFit, hiking, cycling and overall just exploring Fort Collins.
Danae Hodge is a fifth-generation native of Fort Collins. She grew up working at both of her parents’ businesses, numbers with her mom and wet-sanding for her dad. She swore she would never go into anything related to math, despite it being her best subject in school. She loves the idea of entrepreneurship and always being your own boss. She always dreamed of owning her own business and is in the process of creating a successful record label with the help of close friends. She loves learning from her parents and working at Momentum, getting the experience and interesting mother-daughter bonding that working together provides.
Danae graduated from Poudre High School in May of 2018. She plans on attending Front Range or CSU for a business/marketing degree, once she can afford it without student loans of any kind. She has always dreamed of following in her mother’s footsteps and becoming a CSU Ram. She jumps at every opportunity to go see the Rams play any sport.
Danae is very busy, being the favorite daughter and supporting her boyfriend’s music career. You never know when she might show up to the office with a kitten or Ruby, the office dog!