Mr. Trujillo has worked in auditing and accounting since 2000. He has proven expertise in audits, reviews and compilations, management advisory services and tax preparations for corporations, partnerships, employee benefit plans and individuals. His nonprofit experience spans across a variety of organizations including foundations, trade and membership associations, charitable institutions and US-based non-governmental organizations.
As part of the firm’s information technology initiative, Mr. Trujillo helps for-profit and nonprofit organizations bridge the gap between business and technology by carefully analyzing IT infrastructures. He regularly presents to the nonprofit community on cybersecurity, privacy, and enterprise risk management topics.
As partner, Mr. Trujillo is in charge of all aspects of client service and engagement administration in addition to expanding the firm’s Information Technology (IT) Audit practice. His responsibilities include interactions with client management and staff to plan engagements, resolve problems and suggesting procedures to improve the accounting process and internal controls, including compliance with Title 2 U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance).