Ashley Scott

Private Company Services,
Inbound Leader

Ashley is a member of the firm’s Private Company Services (PCS) tax practice, where she currently leads the Atlanta PCS tax practice and serves as the US PCS Inbound Leader. She is a federal tax partner working primarily with private companies and inbounds. She specializes in ASC 740 and tax planning services for her clients. Her current clients include hospitality, manufacturing, technology, retail and entertainment.

Ashley has served the firm as a member of the Board Nominating Committee, the New Partner Advisory Council and as a partner advisor for one of the firm's Atlanta Women's Networking Circles and Parent's Networking Circle. She currently serves as the US Firm's liaison for the Women Presidents' Organization as well as the Greater Atlanta Community Service Partner.

Ashley received her BBA from University of Georgia and her MAcc from the University of Georgia. She served on the University of Georgia Terry College of Business Alumni Board for three years from 2007 - 2010.

Ashley is on the Board of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, where she has chairs the Youth of the Year event and sits on the Youth Impact committee. She was a member of the Junior League of Atlanta, a volunteer organization, from 1999 to 2004. She volunteered at the Nearly New Shop for over three years and at the Habitat for Humanity and Junior Achievement. She also volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House of Atlanta for 5 years. Ashley has served on the Host Committees for several benefits held to support the Ronald McDonald Houses, including the 2002 Jerry Farber Roast and the 2003 Port O’ Call Benefit. Ashley was also a volunteer Sunday School Teacher for three years at Buckhead Church, coordinating eight teachers and teaching 30 five year olds each week. She was also the captain of one of the Host Teams at Buckhead Church, which is made up of approximately 20.

Ashley received the National Fidelity Award as the Most Outstanding Volunteer for her work at the Ronald McDonald Houses in 2002.