Mr. Thorpe has held various positions within Pulakos CPAs, and is currently a manager in the assurance department. Thorpe has developed a broad knowledge base from working with clients of many different sizes and industries. Mr. Thorpe currently provides assurance services to project-management based companies including construction and government contractors, audits of non-profit organizations that receive Federal funding and employee benefit plans. Mr. Thorpe uses his comprehensive business and accounting experience to be a resource to his clients in many areas apart from accounting.
- Government Contractors
- Art & Education Financial Services
- Member Organizations
- Not-for-Profit Organizations
- A-133 Single Audits
- Employee Benefit Plans
- Board Member, Active 20-30 Club of Albuquerque
- Treasurer, Blackout Theatre Company
- Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Member, Construction Financial Management Association
- Panel CPA, United Way of Central New Mexico Community Fund Grant Panels
Why Performance Matters
Over the course of my career I have learned that, in this industry, client relationships are what drive the business. When the only tangible piece of evidence a client has that shows you performed the work is an audit report or tax return, what they remember is the performance of the service. Missing deadlines, poor execution of a plan, etc. are unacceptable because that’s what gets remembered. A successful engagement is measured not only by efficient and effective execution; it’s also measured in a very large way by client response.
Bachelor of Business Administration – Accounting concentration, Robert O. Anderson Graduate Schools of Management, University of New Mexico