Troy Rector

CPA | Shareholder


Every organization faces challenges, and Troy truly enjoys helping guide clients through it all.

Troy is a shareholder in the firm’s Not-for-Profit and Public Sector Service Groups. His in-depth understanding of the unique issues tax exempt organizations face enables him to provide technical advice that is specific to each organization. Troy is committed to those he serves, and he enjoys sharing his knowledge and expertise in an understandable way.

Practice Emphasis

  • Not-for-profit organizations and governmental entities, including those in the Social Service, Healthcare, and Affordable Housing sectors and those entities receiving federal, state, and local assistance
  • Organizations required to be audited under the Single Audit Act in accordance with the Uniform Guidance

Proven Results

  • Led financial statement audits of some of the firm’s largest not-for profit organizations and government entities, while providing them useful recommendations.
  • Leads Single Audit engagements covering a range of federal agencies and programs including the CARES and ARPA Acts. Troy also advises organizations concerning compliance with federal grant requirements, including compliance gap analysis, procurement systems, subrecipient monitoring, and indirect cost rate proposals.
  • As a trusted advisor, he has worked closely with organizations’ management over the years to strengthen their internal control systems, business practices, and board governance.


  • Indiana University, B.S. in Business Administration, concentration in Accounting and Finance


  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) – Member of the Executive Committee of the AICPA’s Government Audit Quality Center
  • Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants (WSCPA) – Auditing standards subcommittee chair of the Government Accounting and Auditing Committee
  • Foundation for the Edmonds School District, past board chair and current board member

My Life by the Numbers


Set of twin daughters


Years at Clark Nuber


When he started working at farms in the rural farming community where he grew up