Tricia Katebini has spent her career in public accounting, specializing in the nonprofit sector since 2007. As a senior audit manager, she oversees the preparation of the financial statement audit and federal single audit. Ms. Katebini has served a wide range of nonprofit clients including charities, foundations, private schools and associations, and has presented results to management and the board of directors. Ms. Katebini advises on internal control best practices, as well as other accounting and operational areas critical to the financial health of nonprofit organizations.
A seasoned speaker on technical accounting and tax topics affecting nonprofits, Ms. Katebini has presented at AICPA, MACPA, MACS and other accounting and nonprofit industry conferences. She has built a strong reputation for serving as a key advisor to nonprofit organizations in the Greater Washington, DC and Baltimore areas. Her nonprofit audit experience includes proficiency in technical accounting issues and the requirements of Uniform Guidance. She also provides valued guidance to clients on new accounting pronouncements such as the nonprofit reporting model, revenue recognition and the lease standards.
In addition to audit and assurance, Ms. Katebini’s background also includes knowledge of technical tax issues for nonprofit organizations including unrelated business income and state nexus issues. Her work across a wide range of accounting, tax and compliance concerns allows Ms. Katebini to bring clients a holistic view of their operations.
Ms. Katebini currently serves on the AICPA’s Joint Trial Board, a well-respected position within the CPA community. She is an active member of Women on the Move, GRF’s women’s leadership initiative. She is also named a 2021 Woman to Watch by the Maryland Association of CPAs.