|FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS|
|CONNECTING YOU TO THE FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS||MARCH 2015|
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Catchin’ Up With ... Roy Geiser
Fresh out of high school in Carroll County, MD, in 1996, I, like many 18-year-olds, really didn’t know what my future career path would be. However, after attending a local community college for a year, I decided to continue my education focused in business. Familiar with the impressive reputation of Salisbury University, specifically the Perdue School of Business, I didn’t have to look far from home to see where I would continue my higher education.
Salisbury University gave me a great education mixed with real-world experiences, providing a strong foundation for my career. During my senior year at SU, I completed an internship with a Certified Public Accounting firm. In 2001, I graduated cum laude from the Perdue School with a Bachelor of Science in accounting and management information systems. Shortly after, I passed and obtained my CPA exam, became a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, a member of the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants and started working full time with that same firm with whom I interned – TGM Group, LLC. TGM Group, LLC is a regional accounting firm comprised of six partners and approximately 35 accountants, auditors, business consultants and tax specialists. We provide a full range of accounting and financial consulting services to individuals and businesses on the Delmarva Peninsula and beyond.
Having recently earned the position of partner at TGM Group, LLC, I specialize in providing accounting, auditing and tax services to non-profits and governmental units, financial institutions, construction, distribution, manufacturing and other large, closely held businesses. I enjoy what I do and helping the clients we serve. In addition, our firm has a fantastic work environment, and I believe in our mission, which is to “Provide value-added client service that is personalized.” In holding true to that mission, I have had the opportunity to connect and work with many great people in our community. Currently, I serve on the Career Advisory Board of the Perdue School, I am the president of the board for the Life Crisis Center and serve on the board for Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore.
I am grateful to my family, friends, SU and the network of individuals who have helped me get to where I am today.
Outside of my career, my time is spent enjoying my life in Salisbury with my very supportive wife Courtney and two beautiful daughters, ages 7 and 9. My wife and I recently celebrated our 10-year anniversary, and after taking a break to help raise our daughters, Courtney has picked back up the brush and is again doing commission painting, a true passion of hers. As much as possible, I like to spend my personal time playing beach volleyball, traveling and being an involved dad.
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