“I’m absolutely committed to providing the best possible service for my clients, applying the discipline and dedication I learned with my music.”
Patricia is the director of WBL’s Nonprofit Practice and the director of quality control for the firm. With more than 30 years of experience as a CPA, she is knowledgeable about all areas of accounting and reporting for for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Patricia has worked with a variety of nonprofit organizations, including foundations, private schools, health and welfare organizations, charitable organizations, membership associations and trade associations. She has served as a consultant with the Georgia Center for Nonprofits and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Chamber Players as treasurer and Chairman of the Audit Committee.
Prior to joining the firm in 1989, Patricia was a manager with Grant Thornton, an international accounting firm, where she supervised, coordinated and performed audits and reviews of publicly held and private companies as well as nonprofit organizations in their Lexington, Kentucky and Atlanta, Georgia offices.
Patricia is married to her college sweetheart, Norm. They are both accountants, musicians and University of Kentucky basketball fans.
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