CPA, CGMA, MNA
San Francisco State University
Tina has over 42 years of audit and consulting experience to a variety of entities in the not-for-profit arena. Prior to retiring her partnership interest in Moss Adams LLP, she was the partner in charge of the Northern California Not for Profit practice group. She is a frequent speaker at various venues and conferences including, CSCPA Government Accounting Conference, Northern California Planned Giving Council Conference, American Council of Gift Annuities, Financial Executive’s Forum, Financial Administrators Officers Group, Council on Foundations, Stanford University, Santa Clara University, Louisiana State Society of CPAs, APLG, and American Women’s Society of CPAs. In her current consulting practice she has provided a wide range of high-end financial and management services to NFP organizations throughout California, including SF Symphony, Exploratorium, Inner City Advisors, Fund Good Jobs, Diocese of Orange County (CA), Akonadi, AWDF-USA, The Asia Foundation, StreetSmart for Kids, RETA Trust, Women’s Initiative for Self Employment, Asian Community Mental Health Services, Ronald McDonald House – SF, Earthjustice, On the Move, Give2Asia, Chinese American International School, Filoli. Tina is currently an executive lecturer at San Francisco State University and Santa Clara University where she teaches Accounting Ethics. She previously taught NFP/Government Accounting for five academic years. She is licensed as a CPA in California (active) and Colorado and New York (both inactive). She has served on the Santa Clara University Accounting Department Advisory Board since 2003 first as the Moss Adams representative and now as an at large member representing the not for profit community. She has been actively involved in Beta Alpha Psi both at the international level and at the SFSU level.