Firm

Thomason Financial Resources is a certified public accounting (CPA) firm dedicated to the nonprofit sector in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Founded in 2003, our firm provides audit, review, tax, accounting and other financial consulting services to nonprofit organizations. We have developed a strong network within the nonprofit community by assisting our clients and meeting their financial and operational needs.

Our mission is to ensure our clients’ financial records are accurate and their operating processes are running effectively and efficiently. This in turn will assist our clients in successfully meeting needs within our community. Thomason Financial Resources is dedicated to the following core values:

  • FINANCIAL ACCURACY
  • ACCOUNTABILITY
  • COMMUNITY SERVICE
  • INTEGRITY

Experience

Kim Thomason, Founder and Partner, is a Certified Public Accountant with more than twenty five years experience in auditing, internal controls, financial training and financial management for both public and private companies, and nonprofit organizations.

As managing partner, Ms. Thomason leads the firm’s auditing and internal controls reviews practice to nonprofit clients in a wide variety of services including middle and high school education, early intervention services to young children with autism disorders, orphan care and prevention in Haiti, child advocacy for children and their families in crisis, jazz education and kidney disease prevention and treatment services.

Prior to founding Thomason Financial Resources, she worked with Price Waterhouse Coopers in Nashville. She holds a BS in Accounting from Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. She is a current member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Community Involvement

In addition to managing her firm, Ms. Thomason is an expert consultant with Nashville’s Center for Nonprofit Management and as such, conducts financial training workshops on topics including internal controls reviews and auditing. She also has represented and played various critical roles in the Nashville community as a volunteer. Such volunteer positions held in the Nashville community are as follows:

  • Executive Committee and Board of Directors, United Way of Metropolitan Nashville
  • Executive Committee and Board of Directors, STEM Preparatory Academy
  • Board of Directors, Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee
  • Audit Committee Chair and Board of Directors, The Housing Fund
  • Member of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Report Card Panel for Metro Nashville Schools
  • Leadership Nashville
  • First Woman President in the then 81-year history of the Nashville Junior Chamber of Commerce

Please also visit my trainer page  for the Center for Nonprofit Management.

Memberships