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Marcie J. Spivey, CPA

Audit Partner

Marcie has over 20 years of auditing experience almost exclusively in the governmental auditing area. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from Lenoir-Rhyne College in 1996. She has extensive experience conducting and leading audits for counties, municipalities, and public authorities. Marcie is a Reviewer for the Special Review Committee of the Government Finance Officers Association’s Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting. She is also an active member of the AICPA, Catawba County Chamber of Commerce, and NCACPA, serving as a member of the NCACPA Government Auditing and Accounting Committee and the Technical Resources Subcommittee.

NC CPA Certificate Number 30526

Experience

  • Joined Martin Starnes & Associates in 1996
  • Promoted to Senior Audit Manager at Martin Starnes & Associates in January 2008

Training and Education

  • Bachelor of Arts from Lenoir-Rhyne College – 1996
  • Reviewer for the Special Review Committee of the Government Finance Officers Association’s Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Program
  • Concentration in local government auditing, accounting and reporting issues

Professional and Community Activities

  • Member of Mu Sigma Epsilon and Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Societies
  • Active member of the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce
  • Habitat for Humanity Volunteer
  • NCACPA and AICPA member
  • Member of the NCACPA Government Auditing and Accounting Committee
  • Member of the NCACPA Government Auditing and Accounting Technical Resources Subcommittee

Contact Stacee at 828-327-2727 x121 or email info@martinstarnes.com

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