Stacee-Rash

Stacee L. Rash, CPA

Tax Partner

A Hickory native and graduate of Elon University and Appalachian State University, Stacee Rash joined Martin Starnes and Associates, CPAs, P.A., in 2009 after two years with a national firm. Stacee is known for holding herself and others to high standards and taking pride in everything she does. She is an advocate for coaching, advising, and supporting co-workers in meeting and exceeding client expectations.

She has been awarded Hickory Young Professional’s 2013 Top 10 Under 40 and 2016 AICPA/NCACPA Woman to Watch Emerging Leader. She is a graduate of Leadership Catawba and served on the NCACPA Young CPA Cabinet.

NC CPA Certificate Number 36426

Experience

  • Joined Martin Starnes & Associates in 2009
  • Promoted to Partner in January 2021

Training and Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Elon University – 2005
  • Masters of Science in Accounting from Appalachian State University - 2006
  • Concentration in closely held companies, multi-state companies, and high net worth individuals

Professional and Community Activities

  • Member of the AICPA and NCACPA
  • NCACPA Foundation Board of Directors
  • NCACPA Tax Committee Member
  • NCACPA Succession Planning Task Force
  • Hickory Bond Commission
  • Past NCACPA Young CPA Cabinet Member
  • Past NCACPA Catawba Valley Chapter President
  • Past Leadership Catawba Graduate
  • Past Leadership Catawba Advisor Board Member
  • Past Family Guidance Center Board Member
  • Past United Way Allocations Committee Member
  • Hickory Young Professionals 2013 Top 10 Under 40
  • AICPA/NCACPA 2016 Woman to Watch Emerging Leader

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

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