A natural volunteer, Sharron O’Donnell would have been of service to her community regardless of the career path she chose.
While her children were young, she indulged her passion for community service by volunteering at their schools. Later, she made a conscious decision to pursue accounting—in large part because she thought it would provide expanded opportunities to be of service.
As a CPA, you’d naturally expect Sharron to gravitate to those areas where her business acumen can be of value to others. And you’d be right.
Sharron heads Bader Martin’s not-for-profit practice and is a member of the firm’s audit and assurance practice. She provides audit services primarily (but not exclusively) for not-for-profit clients—including arts, membership, social services, educational, religious, and housing organizations, as well as private foundations.
She is a recognized authority in accounting and auditing for the not-for-profit sector and has earned the AICPA’s Certificate of Achievement in Not-for-Profit Accounting and Auditing.
Audits and financial consulting for family and closely held businesses
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Washington
Yellow Book Certified
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants and the WSCPA's Not-for-Profit Committee (Past Conference Co-chair)
United Way of King County Audit Review Committee (Past Chair)