Wendy Morton-Huddleston, a principal at Grant Thorton, has been appointed national president-elect at the Association of Government Accountants.
During her two years of service, Morton-Huddleston will oversee the organization’s 96 chapters and more than 14K members within the U.S. under her new role, the firm said Monday. She will be AGA’s president-elect for one year before assuming the role of president of AGA at the beginning of the second year.
Aside from her current capacity, the 20-year business advisory veteran serves as chair of AGA’s National Council of Chapters and is a board member at United Way National Capital Area. She also led AGA’s Washington, D.C. chapter from 2016 through 2017.
“She has energy, drive and a great attitude — all of which will help advance accountability, transparency and leadership in the government financial management field,” said Ann Ebberts, CEO at AGA.