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New Partner Rises Through the Ranks at RBG

February 18, 2021

The century-old, Memphis-founded accounting firm Reynolds, Bone & Griesbeck, PLC has recently added a new tax partner, Kelly Crow. Crow is a long-time Memphian, and found her passion for accounting while studying at Christian Brothers University. She joined RBG as an intern in 2008, and became a full-time member of  the team upon completing her undergraduate studies. 

Her new role will expand her responsibilities, making her a key part in the succession and leadership of the tax department, while continuing to provide excellent customer service, developing client relationships, and training and developing staff. Crow’s focus will continue to be serving business entities, high net worth families, and not-for-profit organizations, particularly those in real estate. She also stays well apprised of both federal and state legislation regarding bills that may impact firm clients.

“Through her commitment to RBG and to the profession, Kelly has proven her leadership capabilities, earning the respect of her colleagues at RBG, as well as at other firms. She has risen to leadership roles within the CPA profession on a local, statewide and national level,” said managing partner of RBG, Skeet Haag. “Her passion for RBG and the profession are quite contagious. On whatever endeavor she takes, Kelly always takes ownership to try to ensure its success. “ 

Crow is an active member of the community, serving as a member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In 2019, she was one of 36 CPAs selected from across the country to attend the AICPA Leadership Academy.  Crow has also served as a Board Member-at-Large, Memphis Chapter President, and a member of the State Taxation Committee for the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA). In the community, Crow is a member of the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis and the Greater Memphis Chamber Young Professionals Council. She is also an active member of the Christian Brothers University Alumni Association. 

Crow believes that the root of her success is surrounding herself with peers and mentors who push her to be her best.