Tiffany McGinnis, CPA, MPA

About Tiffany

A well-rounded accounting professional with over 15 years of accounting experience, Tiffany is knowledgeable in financial reporting, technical accounting research, audit processes, control environments, and general accounting. She is adept at analyzing information and using it to focus on continuous improvement opportunities.

Beginning in pubic accounting with KPMG, Tiffany was responsible for all phases of audit. She identified, researched, and developed solutions to complex accounting and audit issues. Her career progressed to roles at a leading national utility company and a top-ten property and casualty insurer. Tiffany led multiple strategic initiatives around internal benefit plans, the implementation of risk-mitigating controls, and the assessment and documentation of key controllership processes.

Dedicated to continuous learning, Tiffany seeks out opportunities and resources to become more technically proficient as well as to develop and enhance relationships within organizations. She is a dynamic team player who can easily bring about increased team engagement.

Clients value Tiffany’s ability to analyze information to identify and implement solutions that result in improvements to the organization as a whole. Her proven track record of bridging multiple departments, bringing diverse constituents together, and leading a team towards a successful project completion make her an asset to clients.

Tiffany McGinnis

Tiffany McGinnis

Industry Experience

Employee Benefit Plans, Insurance, Nonprofit, Utility


  • West Virginia University, Master of Professional Accounting, cum laude
  • West Virginia University, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, cum laude, University Honors Scholar


  • CPA – Certified Public Accountant – Ohio

Professional Affiliations

  • The Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • Westerville Sunrise Rotary Club

On a Lighter Note

Where is an interesting place you have visited or an incredible view you have seen?
My husband and I rode his motorcycle around North Carolina and Tennessee; Tail of the Dragon had 318 turns in 11 miles and was our favorite route on the trip.

The best piece of advice I have ever been given is …
“Treat others the way you want to be treated.” The Golden Rule reminds me that I have control over my attitude and actions to treat others with respect.

Do you have a favorite activity or place to go in Columbus?
I enjoy listening to live music at Express Live, watching CATCO Kids theater shows with my son, seeing the polar bears at the Columbus Zoo, exploring exhibits at COSI, and playing with my sons at the Columbus Metro Parks.