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Glenn Aldridge, CPA

Auditor

AuditSense

Glenn Aldridge, CPA

Auditor

AuditSense

Glenn is an instructor for the AuditSense team and specializes in providing core-level staff training and consulting services to CPA firms.

Glenn has over 20 years of experience working in public accounting. His primary areas of responsibility have included coordinating audit, review, compilation, tax, and other types of financial reporting engagements, such as agreed-upon procedures for closely-held businesses and for ensuring that professional standards are met during those engagements.

Prior to forming his own firm, Glenn was an audit partner and director of not-for-profit services at Tarpley & Underwood and Bennett Thrasher, two top-25 Atlanta CPA firms. Previously, he held positions at Egleston Children’s Health Care System in Atlanta, where he obtained hands-on experience with a not-for-profit organization, as well as a local accounting firm on the south side of Atlanta for over six years, where he had responsibilities on both audit and tax engagements.

Glenn is a member of the AICPA and the Georgia Society of CPAs, where he has served on the Nonprofit, Communications and Career Awareness Committees. He is a member of Berean Baptist Church in Lilburn, Georgia, where he is currently a deacon and serves on the Budget and Finance and Compensation Committees and as treasurer. Glenn and his wife, Sonna, have four daughters and live in Lawrenceville, Georgia.

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