Bart Wilson directs Bader Martin’s audit practice, where his client work focuses primarily on audits and advisory services for privately held businesses, employee benefit plans, and not-for-profit organizations.
Bart is one of a select number of practicing CPAs with extensive experience in both public practice and private industry. Prior to joining Bader Martin, he spent ten years with the audit practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers and six years as a partner in a local CPA firm.
He has held senior positions in a real estate business and a coffee wholesaler, and also served as an independent CFO for a number of companies in the region—including an international biomass business, an internet startup and a rapid-growth high technology company.
Bart has a long history of volunteering time and expertise to assist Seattle’s not-for-profit community. He currently serves on the boards of two not-for-profit organizations and has served as a board member and treasurer for a number of other social service and not-for-profit organizations in our region.
Audits of family and closely held businesses, employee benefit plans, not-for-profit organizations
New and emerging businesses
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Washington
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants (Past Chair, WSCPA Professional Conduct Committee)
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Washington Athletic Club, Board of Governors, HR and Benefits Committee Chair, Finance Committee
Washington State Bar Foundation, Board of Trustees
Provail, Board of Directors
Rotary Club of Seattle
Seattle Police Foundation, Founding Member
Past Board Member, and Finance Committee Member, Seafair
Past Board Member, Northwest Chamber Orchestra
Past Board Member, Bertschi School
Past Board Member and Chair, Childhaven
Past Board Member, Northwest Center
Past Instructor, AICPA and WSCPA
Past Instructor, University of Washington
Past Instructor, NYU Graduate School of Business
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Pomona College
Master of Business Administration, University of Washington