Lattimore Black Morgan And Cain PC Announces Tax Department Promotions

Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Krista Sellers
Krista Sellers

Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC (LBMC), announced tax department promotions for the firm in the Chattanooga office.

“We are very proud of the LBMC culture that promotes individual growth and goal achievement for our personnel, another example of why we are a national Best Places to Work Award Winner,” said David Morgan, LBMC co-founder and managing partner. “The number of promotions in these divisions also illustrates our commitment to providing top quality customer service for our clients as we keep up with the fast-paced growth of the company in the last few years.”

Krista Sellers has been promoted to senior within the Tax Services department. Prior to joining LBMC, Ms. Sellers worked as a data entry clerk for three years while getting her Accounting degree. She joined LBMC at the beginning of 2010 and completed her Master’s degree and obtained her CPA license while serving as an intern and staff in the audit department of LBMC.  During 2012, Ms. Sellers transitioned to tax services, while continuing to assist in some audit services. She has experience in providing audit and tax services to a variety of large and small businesses and individual clients.

Joyce Ann Williams has been promoted to senior within the Tax Services department. Prior to joining LBMC, she worked as a sales auditor for two summers at Dollywood. She joined LBMC in January 2012 as a tax intern, and gained experience in working with individual and small business tax returns. She has since worked with a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, small business, and not-for-profits. Ms. Williams provides various services, including tax planning and compliance services.

Joyce Ann Williams
Joyce Ann Williams

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