GREENSBORO – DMJ & Co., PLLC, a North Carolina based CPA and accounting firm, is pleased to announce that Alicia Williams, PHR, SHRM-CP, Chief Human Resources Officer, has been selected as a member of Leadership North Carolina Class XXVII.

Each year, Leadership North Carolina (LNC) selects committed individuals interested in learning more about their state and connecting with fellow leaders. Through innovative programming, LNC teaches these engaged citizens about the challenges and opportunities facing North Carolina and offers tools to turn their knowledge into action for the benefit of the state. To date, DMJ & Co., PLLC has selected fourteen professionals who have completed the LNC program.

Alicia joined DMJ in 2011 and has more than 15 years of experience leading for-profit and nonprofit organizations in human resources management. As Chief Human Resources Officer at DMJ & Co., PLLC, her areas of responsibility include employee and labor relations, benefits, policy development, recruiting, coaching and development, payroll processing, and performance management.


Leadership North Carolina is an independent, nonpartisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that engages current and emerging leaders from across the state through the Leadership North Carolina Program and ongoing networking and service opportunities. Their mission is to inform, develop, and engage committed leaders by broadening their understanding of and involvement in issues and opportunities facing the state.


DMJ is a Top 300 CPA firm with offices in Greensboro, Durham, and Sanford, NC. DMJ’s philosophy―personal attention, verifiable results—is the cornerstone of the firm’s practice where client relationships often go beyond the scope of traditional accounting and auditing services. DMJ offers an array of services, including certified public accounting, wealth management, and medical and dental practice consulting. DMJ is a member of CPAmerica, Inc. and affiliated with the Crowe Horwath International alliances of firms.  For more information, visit