Partner, PwC US
April leads PwC’s Accounting Methods tax practice for the Southeast market. In this role, she advises clients on a diverse array of tax methods matters, including tax implications from GAAP standard changes. Prior to joining this practice, April served as the lead tax partner for audit and non-audit companies — specializing in income tax accounting, federal tax consulting, consolidated returns, and provision process automation/review.
April also has in-house financial reporting experience and spent two years in our National Tax Services office in Washington, DC, working on tax accounting methods and other regulatory and legislative updates. Given her diverse background, she understands the array of tax issues arising from GAAP and tax method changes.
April actively serves on the Board of Directors for CHRIS 180 (chris180.org) and on Georgia State University's School of Accountancy Advisory Board.