Jimmy Mo is a Partner who leads the Not-for-Profit Services Group in Pennsylvania. He has nearly 20 years of auditing experience. Jimmy has extensive experience in the not-for-profit and health care sectors, including (but not limited to) experience with the OMB Uniform Guidance audits, museums, cultural organizations, religious organizations, foundations, research and scientific organizations, voluntary health and welfare organizations, educational institutions, higher education institutions, performing arts, professional associations, trade associations, and social service organizations.
Jimmy serves on several organizations for his professional and personal contributions to the Philadelphia business and local community and is on the Board of Directors of the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia. He is also a member of the Professional Advisory Council for the Barnes Foundation and on the Board of Advisors for Thomson Reuters, Taxation of Exempts. As an active member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Jimmy assists in writing and reviewing multiple choice questions and simulations for the AICPA Uniform CPA Examinations. He also volunteers as an auditor for a national community organization overseeing the completion of semi-annual financial audits for approximately 75 local units in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
Prior to joining the firm, Jimmy was a Senior Audit Manager at a global accounting firm, specializing in the not-for-profit and health care industries. Prior to that he was a Senior Audit Manager with a Big 4 accounting firm. He also served as an Internal Audit Manager with a national human services organization.
Jimmy is a frequent speaker, presenting on various topics, including auditing, accounting, not-for-profits, and governance. He is a writer and has contributed multiple articles to Thomson Reuters, Taxation of Exempts. Additionally, Jimmy regularly serves as an instructor for the firm.