May joined Wilhelm and Associates, Ltd. in 2004. An efficient and exceptional accountant, she performs a myriad of tasks and is invaluable in keeping the firm on track. She has over 15 years of experience in financial accounting and handles customer billing, e-filing & communications as well as firm accounting. A 1986 graduate of California State University, Long Beach with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration/Accounting, May became a Certified Public Accountant in the State of California in 1988.
She began her career with KPMG (Peat Marwick Main & Co) in 1986, serving as a Supervising Senior Auditor with special emphasis in auditing financial institutions. May has served as an accounting consultant and manager for several multi-million dollar corporations.
May is married to an active-duty U.S. Army Engineer and officer. After 11 moves to such places as Germany, Washington, West Point, Kansas, Hawaii, and Virginia; she and her family are happy to reside at their latest duty station in Orange County, California.
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