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Mrs. JaJuan Williams, CPA, MBA
Chief Financial Officer

Self-motivated and results-driven to succeed, Mrs. JaJuan Williams, BA, CPA, MBA, AICPA is a seasoned professional who has constantly set her goals to keep pace with her highest aspirations for personal excellence.  Throughout her career, she has exhibited exemplary teamwork, expertise, integrity, and dedication.

With more than 18 years of work in the financial services field, Mrs. Williams is a Certified Public Accountant and Forensic accountant who started her career in corporate accounting as a Senior Regional Accountant in higher education accounting.  She founded McClain, Harris & Associates in 2007; the full-service accounting firm was rebranded to CFO Benefits Inc., in 2014. In her role as Chief Executive Officer of the accounting firm, she manages and motivates a team of finance professionals who provide expert tax, payroll, and accounting services for a vast array of clients, specializing in Start-Ups, SaaS companies, eCommerce, and Non-Profits to name a few.

Mrs. Williams specializes in internal controls, forensics, audit and audit assistance, and strategic and operational growth. She works tirelessly with business owners to implement solid solutions that help them succeed financially. Her skills and expertise include reviewing financials, developing corporate management strategies, fulfilling grant requests for nonprofits, preparing financial presentations for investors, identifying cost savings and areas of improvement, managing accounts receivables and payables, and auditing bank statements.

Mrs. Williams is also President and founder of The Lady CPA Network a non-profit organization aiding in the advancement of African American women in the accounting and finance profession.

 

The goal of TLCPA is to provide a network and platform for African American women in accounting and finance as a support system and collaborative body of professionals; to offer scholarships, mentorship, internships, entrepreneurial assistance, guidance, and opportunities for women who aspire to be in the profession, as well as educational support and continuing education.  TLCPA's goal is to increase the visibility of African American women at the executive and partner level within the accounting and finance profession.  Assurance | Forensics | The Lady CFO | Florida

In addition to her responsibilities as Chief Financial Officer for Assetcoin, Mrs. Williams also serves on the Board of Directors.