Matt LePley, CPA, Board Treasurer

Matt LePley, CPA, Treasurer
Principal/Owner Sixty-One Consulting, PLLC

Matthew J. LePley serves as the Treasurer of GRACE. A licensed CPA under the State of Washington, he has been practicing in the area of taxation and accounting since 2000. Currently he is a sole practitioner under Sixty-One Consulting, PLLC providing tax consulting and CFO services to high-net worth individuals, families, and start-up companies. Previous to Sixty-One Consulting, PLLC, Mr. LePley spent over eight years in the tax advisory group of Brighton Jones, LLC, a $3 Billion AUM (assets under management) registered investment advisory firm (RIA) based in Seattle providing technical tax consulting and compliance services to high-net worth individuals, company executives, and families. He has also worked for Melang Hopps & Company, PLLC, a Bellevue, Washington based CPA firm, and PricewatershouseCoopers (PwC), an international accounting and consulting firm. Mr. LePley received a B.A. in Business Administration (Accounting Concentration) from the University of Washington, and a Masters in Professional Accounting (Tax Concentration) from the University of Washington. He is a member of both the Washington Society of CPA’s (WSCPA) and the American Institute of CPA’s (AICPA).  WA CPA License #26434.

Conflict of Interest

Personal CPA and tax advisor for Howard West, President/CEO of GRACE

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