Meredith believes if it is worth doing, then it is worth doing well. Having grown up as the daughter of a top executive on the consulting side of one of the Big 4 accounting firms, finance runs deep in her blood. Performing CFO services and financial management for clients is something Meredith does with rigor and passion—as the staunch accountant quadruple checks her numbers to ensure accuracy and reliability.
She has been specializing in the not-for-profit community for nearly 25 years and has come to learn that no one solution is fit for every organization. Her ethic rings true to the partnership approach embedded in Vault’s culture. She focuses on translating her strengths into value for clients. Meredith works diligently to penetrate significant numbers into the surface, so that boards of directors can build a foundation for strategic business decisions. Whether it is taking the time to explain financial literacy on terms relatable to BODs representing various industries or shuffling her schedule around to accommodate her clients’ immediate needs, Meredith remains flexible.
Another area Meredith excels in is reporting and compliance as it pertains to federal grants. After years of experience, she has now become the go-to leader for staff working on anything related to federal grant forms and processes. Similarly, she passes down her wisdom to the future leaders of Vault by providing guidance and mentorship.
Second to accounting in Meredith’s life are animals. She and her husband are avid supporters to local and national animal shelters and take great pleasure in caring for their rescue pets, including their one-eyed-cat.
Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Member, American Society of Association Executives
Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Virginia Tech