Meet Anne Waltman, CPA

Anne joined Viridian in August of 2020 as a Tax Manager and CPA. She graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a Bachelor’s in Accounting. After several years in public accounting, she subsequently received her CPA and began work in the banking industry in financial management. She took a professional hiatus to raise a family and started back when the youngest began school. She has over fourteen years’ experience at two small public accounting firms with the preparation of individual, partnership, corporate and trust tax returns. Her favorite aspect of her responsibilities has been fostering client connections. She enjoys establishing an excellent working rapport with businesses and individuals and enjoys cultivating these relationships.

Anne and her husband Barry are proud parents of three sons all of whom graduated from Cal Poly in engineering. All three remained in the sunshine state but we relish our visits to California and their return home for holidays or visits. She is forever planning their next traveling adventure, enjoys live theatre, biking, gardening, reading and walking their beloved golden, Amber.

Anne and her husband Barry are proud parents of three sons all of whom graduated from Cal Poly in engineering. All three remained in the sunshine state but we relish our visits to California and their return home for holidays or visits. She is forever planning their next traveling adventure, enjoys live theatre, biking, gardening, reading and walking their beloved golden, Amber.

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