Tricia has over 14 years of experience in the accounting profession, including the auditing, tax, bookkeeping and management functions of an accounting office. She graduated from Appalachian State University with a BSBA in Accounting in 1991, an MS in Accounting in 1992, and became a Certified Public Accountant in 1994. She started her career working in auditing and tax for a CPA firm in Lexington, NC. Later she worked as an auditor for the NC Office of the State Auditor. Tricia has also seen the management side of accounting by working for the US Air Force in an NAF Accounting Office as the Office Manager at Aviano Air Base, Italy.
Tricia joined Wilhelm & Associates, Ltd. in 2013 and performs a variety of tax and accounting engagements with the firm’s clients.
Tricia and her husband, an Air Force Master Sergeant, are stationed at Edwards AFB in California. Tricia keeps busy with their four young sons, who enjoy playing soccer, basketball, baseball and activities with their Cub Scout pack.
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