David joined Greene Finney, LLP in April of 2003. As a Partner, he helps oversee the firm's audit and advisory services, concentrating primarily on local governments and nonprofit entities. Prior to joining the firm, David served as Assistant Secretary and Treasurer at Gerber Childrenswear, Inc.; Manager of Financial Reporting at Advantica; and Senior/Supervisor at Ernst & Young, LLC. He has earned a Bachelor of Science in Financial Management from Clemson University, with areas of emphasis in Accounting and Computer Science. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the South Carolina Association of CPAs, and the Government Finance Officers Association. He currently serves as a member of the South Carolina Peer Review Committee and has recently served on the GASB Leases Task Force. He is a member of Palmetto Hills Presbyterian Church. Outside of the office, David enjoys sports, computers, music, and the outdoors.
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Chris Ayers has been a part of the Greene Finney, LLP team since May of 2017. As part of our Advanced Staff, Chris is responsible for performing audits for clients. His formal education includes a BS in Accounting and a BA in Criminal Justice, both from Anderson University in South Carolina. Chris enjoys an active lifestyle outside of the office, which involves activites such as hunting, playing golf and spending time with his Golden Retriever, Sammy.
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