CPA and Audit Manager
Caroll began working for One River CPAs in 2021 when Gibson LeClair, LLC merged with our firm.
Before One River
Prior to her work with Gibson LeClair, LLC, Caroll worked for the State of Maine where she was a Principal Auditor with the Maine Office of the State Auditor. As a Principal Auditor, Caroll audited the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the State of Maine. She also participated in the Single Audit under the Uniform Guidelines.
Prior to working for the Office of the State Auditor, Caroll worked as the Social Services Audit Manager in the Maine DHHS Division of Audit. While there, Caroll lead a team of six auditors with oversight responsibilities for over 400 Community Agencies receiving State and Federal funds from the Maine DHHS. Caroll was the principal author of the Maine Uniform Accounting and Auditing Practices for Community Agencies (MAAP IV) adopted by the State of Maine in May 2012.
Before her service with the State of Maine, Caroll worked in public accounting for local firms in Maine, Montana, and Idaho for over 20 years. She also worked as the Chief Financial Officer for the Aroostook Band of Micmacs. Caroll received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Montana in Business Administration and Accounting.
At One River
Caroll is one of our Audit managers and is actively involved in audits, reviews, compilations, and other services for nonprofit organizations.
Besides One River
She is a lifetime member of Beta Gamma Sigma, having graduated in the top five percent of her class. Prior to college, Caroll served in the U.S. Navy and in her spare time, Caroll likes to read and spend time with family.
Q & A…
Who do I do what I do?
I enjoy numbers and I have always been very inquisitive, so auditing suits my personality.
What do I do on April 16:
I usually work, but now that we have the day off, I think I will visit with some of my grandchildren.
What is my favorite movie:
The Women (1939)
What is something people might not know about you?
My maiden name is Chase and we (Aquilla Chase) got off the boat in 1638.
What is one of your biggest accomplishments?
My five children
Best advice you ever received?
Actually it was a quote from Abraham Lincoln, “Better to remain silent and thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.