Clay Huffman is a member of the Assurance and Advisory Services Practice of Frazier & Deeter. Prior to joining Frazier & Deeter in 2012, Clay spent five years in the audit practice for one of the Big Four accounting firms, where he served large public companies and private companies in the middle market.
Clay has worked with a variety of institutions, assisting clients with development of policies and procedures and internal controls over financial reporting, as well as performing and managing financial statement reviews and audits and other attestation engagements. Clay works mainly with middle market companies in the private sector, focusing on manufacturing and distribution, construction, technology, aviation, private equity and professional services.
Clay works very closely with Frazier & Deeter’s audit methodology to ensure quality and consistency of procedures throughout the assurance practice. Clay is a member of the firm’s Retail, Manufacturing & Distribution Industry Group, Real Estate, Construction, Hospitality Group and Service Industry Group.
In 2015, Clay was appointed by Georgia Governor, Nathan Deal, to serve on the Georgia State Board of Accountancy where he currently serves as Vice Chair. He also serves as a member of the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Leadership Council and Chair of the University of Georgia Terry College of Business’ Young Alumni Board. For his professional and community leadership, Clay was selected to participate in LEAD Atlanta Class of 2017.
Professional and Civic Organizations
Georgia State Board of Accountancy – Vice Chair
Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants – Leadership Council
Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants – Young CPAs Advisory Council
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants – Member
University of Georgia Terry College of Business’ Young Alumni Board – Chair
LEAD Atlanta Class of 2017
Peachtree Road United Methodist Church – Finance Committee
Master of Accountancy, University of Georgia
Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting), University of Georgia