Dr. Wayne W. Williams is an Assistant Professor of Accounting. He is also the Faculty Advisor for the National Association of Black Accountants.
Williams worked in several roles as an accounting and tax professional, financial advisor and administrative leader in private industry and government prior to joining academia.
He joined the Fox School from the Community College of Philadelphia (CCP), where he had served since 2004 as a faculty member and as the Department Chair for Business Administration before becoming the Director of Education Services for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program, an entrepreneurship education program that was CCP’s largest grant award to date. At CCP, Williams served on committees to support the college’s five-year strategic plan and promote programs designed to improve success rates for students of color. He was appointed to Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter’s Task Force on Tax Policy and Economic Competitiveness in 2009. He is currently a member of the Philadelphia Department of Revenue Commissioner’s Tax Advisory Committee and concurrently serves on the City of Philadelphia’s Tax Reform Working Group, 2021-2022. Williams is a speaker for many organizations covering topics related to taxes, financial planning issues and small business growth.
Williams earned his Doctor of Education in Higher Education Management from the University of Pennsylvania. He received his Master of Science in Taxation and Financial Planning from Widener University, and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the Fox School. He is also an IRS Enrolled Agent and Certified Financial Planner™.
- Tax Policy and Compliance
- Tax Planning
- Entrepreneurship and Small Business Growth
- Financial Literacy and decision-making
- Student Learning Outcomes Success
Federal Taxes on Income
Taxes & Business Strategy
Blau, G., Williams, W., Jarrell, S., & Nash, D. (2019). Exploring common correlates of business undergraduate satisfaction with their degree program versus expected employment. Journal of Education for Business, 94(1), 31-39. doi: 10.1080/08832323.2018.1502144.
Blau, G., Jarrell, S., McCloskey, M., Williams, W., Kerzner, A., & Ford, T. (2018). Further Exploring Differences in Business Undergraduate Perceived Outcomes by Preferred Classroom Learning Environment. Journal of Education and Learning, 7(5), 20. doi: 10.5539/jel.v7n5p20.
Jones, D.E. (2018). The Section 199A Passthrough Deduction. Real Estate Law Journal, 47(1), 78-92. United States: Thompson Reuters.