ABOUT US

Cloreece Davis Knight, CPA Owner

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Cloreece started her accounting career in 2002 after graduating from the University of New Orleans with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Accounting. Cloreece  has advanced as a lead, senior, or supervisory accountant position with all of her previous employers. While prospering in her career she decided to  earn her MBA and CPA certification.  Cloreece has always had a passion for ensuring others were financially educated.  She is currently a member of LCPA's  financial literacy committee, a neighborhood partner of Fund 17, and serves on the board of two not-for-profits.

Although, Cloreece owns a small firm,  she ensures her education, training, and accounting policies and procedures follow the latest accounting trends and regulations.  She is a member of the Society of Louisiana Certified Public Accountants and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.


Crissy Comeaux Coats, Lead Accountant

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Crissy  is a native New Orleanian as well as a graduate of John F. Kennedy High School and Xavier University of Louisiana, where she earned a Bachelors of Science in Business Management. She has over a decade of experience as a manager and chief operations officer at two community development financial institutions, as well as a grants accountant at a local nonprofit. During her tenure in these positions, Crissy has advanced in her role and responsibilities, administered financial literacy training, and maintained Individual Development Accounts (IDA) for individuals and small businesses. 

In addition, Crissy is trained as a tax preparer and quality reviewer under the Internal Revenue Service Volunteer Income Tax Assistant Program. In December 2018, Crissy completed the Pre-CPA program at the University of New Orleans and is currently a Uniform CPA candidate presently testing.

Knight CPA Services, LLC was formed in 2018 to meet the demands and needs of under-represented businesses. After performing years of  free-lance accounting work, our firm noticed the lack  of resources available for small businesses , not-for profits, and individuals looking for solid financial advice. 

Professional affiliations

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