The Elements CPA team is united by our vision to see you ‘financially strong, so you can focus on what truly matters in life.’ We believe people are what business is about, and follow the principle of making all our business interactions, human ones first.
     We operate as a cross-functional team, coordinating across our areas of specialty to achieve your result. Recognitions our team members have received include CPA exam Silver Medal, MBA, Xero Certified Advisor, Series 6 investment license, Maryland Association of CPA’s Board Member, and Top 40 under 40 by CPA Practice Advisor Magazine, among others.

 

     The core beliefs which shape our business practice are:
  • Every person has an ability to create value, contributing to the world.
  • Business mirrors nature in the energy required to evolve and grow, and in the beautiful result when done well.
  • Your motivation is the critical raw material, which linked to our expertise, will accelerate your path.
  • Technology used smartly, enhances the ability to achieve impact.
  • We believe in having fun, both in what we do and who we work with.
 
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Financial Design Team

Adrian G. Simmons, CPA

Chief Creative Designer

I enjoy the creativity behind helping each entrepreneur envision what motivates them, and being a part of bringing that to life. I’m deeply convinced about the … Read More

Sharnice N. Oliver

Customer Advocate

Aside from tax, I actually enjoy when we make an impact on a customer’s life through one of our planning meetings. The taxes are important because … Read More

David G. Simmons, CPA

Wealth Enhancer

I enjoy learning new things about the evolving world of investments — it’s always been an area of interest of me, and it’s an added bonus … Read More

Virginia E. Frazier, CPA

Creative Collaborator

I enjoy working with and getting to know people. When I tell someone I’m an accountant, they automatically think of a boring job sitting in a … Read More