Two Brown Edwards Directors Named to Tri-Cities Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty Class

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December 13, 2021
Two Brown Edwards’ directors have been selected for The Business Journal of Tri-Cities Tennessee/Virginia, 40 under Forty class, Megan Meador, Bristol, VA and J. William Clark, Kingsport, TN.
40 Under Forty nominees are judged on their business success and their achievements as an active member of the community. Each nominee needed two letters of support, one from a workplace colleague or supervisor and one from a member of the community-at-large.
Megan has over fifteen years of experience in both public accounting and the private sector, including manufacturing, pharmaceutical and energy industries. Her focus is primarily on accounting and assurance services within the sectors of energy, mining, and manufacturing.
William has over ten years of experience providing a wide variety of accounting, attestation, and tax and consulting services to a diverse client base. His experience spans numerous industries including real estate, construction, healthcare, professional services, and automobile and equipment dealerships. He is an active member of Bridwell Heights Presbyterian Church, where he also serves as a Deacon.
“We are very proud to have Megan and William recognized in this year’s 40 Under Forty class. Their commitment to the accounting industry and their local communities is what we encourage all of employees to strive for,” said Stan Bowles, Office Managing Partner for the Highland region. The winners will be honored in the upcoming Tri-Cities Business Journal publication.
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Brown Edwards is a full-service regional accounting firm with offices in Virginia, West Virginia, and Tennessee, and is included in Inside Public Accounting’s list as one of the top 100 firms in the United States, an Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Company, and a Top 50 Construction Accounting Firm as compiled by Construction Executive magazine. Brown Edwards is proud to support a wide-range of industries throughout the Mid-Atlantic, including dealerships, benefit plans, construction, credit unions, education, energy, financial institutions, healthcare, manufacturing and distribution, state and local government, real estate and not-for-profit organizations. For more information, visit