“As one who helped grow the firm to what it is today, I am extremely proud of the work of Williams Adley’s employees and how the firm has contributed to improving federal financial management over the past 35 years.”
As partner at Williams Adley with a tenure of almost 25 years, Jocelyn has devoted her career to enhancing the culture of the firm so that employees can more easily focus on performance. Her leadership style is to engage her team, provide necessary direction, and lead by example. For her federal clients Jocelyn supports achievement of their financial management goals whether focused on cost reduction, regulatory compliance or process improvement. Her primary industry focus is housing and mortgage services where she has developed an expertise in claims review and has advised clients on effective tools to automate the claims process from receipt to reporting.
Jocelyn puts her passion for technical and business writing to work as a quality assurance reviewer of key deliverables and content developer for firm publications.
Jocelyn holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Howard University where she earned membership into the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Maryland and a Certified Government Financial Manager. Most recently in 2015 Jocelyn earned certification from Harvard University’s Executive Leadership Program. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and actively participates in the Association of Government Accountants. Jocelyn began her career in 1985 at KPMG in Washington DC but the benefits and opportunities offered by small businesses compelled her to join Irving Burton Associates in 1988 and then Williams Adley five years later in 1993.