VFS Partner elected to W&M Alumni Association Board of Directors

By Keiter CPAs

VFS Partner elected to W&M Alumni Association Board of Directors

Keiter’s VFS Partner-in-Charge Harold Martin has been elected to the William & Mary Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Harold G. Martin, Jr., Partner-in-Charge of Valuation and Forensic Services Practice for Keiter, has been elected to The College of William & Mary Alumni Association Board of Directors.  Harold is a member of the Class of ’79 and earned an A.B. degree in English.  He is an adjunct faculty member for the W&M Raymond A. Mason School of Business and has taught forensic accounting in the Master of Accounting program for 17 years. He has been a guest lecturer for the W&M MBA program and the Marshall-Wythe School of Law.  He served as president and a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Richmond Chapter of the W&M Alumni Society, a member of the Class of 1979 20th and 25th Reunion Committees, and a member of the W&M Alumni Admissions Network.  On a personal note, he also met his wife, Lela Early, A.B. ’79, in an English class in the Wren Building and they were married following graduation in the Wren Chapel.

Congratulations Harold, this is well deserved and we hope you great success on the board!



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