Christopher Carmona has been practicing Public Accounting in Los Angeles County since 2005. His career started in Pasadena at Martin Werbelow LLC, where he focused on Audit and Review services in the non-profit industry. His high profile clients included the Pasadena Rose Bowl, BCS bowl, and the Los Angeles Police Historical Society.
Christopher transitioned his career from Auditor to Forensic Accounting in 2012 for the prestigious firm Laffer & Gottlieb in Beverly Hills. The firm’s focus was on financial and accounting services with an emphasis on civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, and tax controversy. His career as a forensic accountant provided a wide exposure to the practical side of tax planning and tax avoidance.
From 2013 – 2018, Mr. Carmona was a board member of the non-profit organization Community First Initiatives, where he served as Treasurer.
Christopher graduated UC Berkeley Haas School of Business in 1995 and earned his Award in Accounting from UCLA in 2005. After becoming a licensed CPA, Christopher further continued his knowledge by becoming a Certified Fraud Examiner. He was awarded this designation by the ACFE in 2013. Christopher also continues his forensic training by maintaining active membership in the ACFE’s Inland Empire chapter.
Additionally, Mr. Carmona has been a member of the California Society of CPAs. He further commits himself to the professional community by being an active member of the City Club Los Angeles.
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