Jared M. K. Woiwode is a federal tax consulting solutions manager at CliftonLarsonAllen, one of the nation’s top accounting and consulting firms, where he assists clients in building strategies to take advantage of tax incentives around research and development, cost segregation, domestic production, energy efficiency, and fixed-asset investments.
Woiwode helped form the firm’s Young Professionals Group, which he has chaired since 2008, and is heavily involved with its public service activities, campus recruiting and educational programs. He is a mentor to new staff and is often chosen by management to lead initiatives representing the voice of its young professionals.
Through his work with the Illinois CPA Society, Woiwode has also shown leadership in his profession. He helped launch the ICPAS Central Illinois Chapter’s Young Professionals Group, chairing it for four years, and has coordinated numerous activities for the group, including a financial literacy program for college students. He recently joined the board of the Central Illinois Chapter and now chairs its Educational Outreach Committee. In 2011, he won the ICPAS Time & Talent Award for his commitment to public service and volunteerism.
Outside of work, Woiwode has devoted himself to a range of community service projects. He has been active with the Young Professionals Organization of Greater Peoria since 2007, serving on many of its committees and task forces, and is a graduate of the Leaders Emerging to Advance Peoria Academy. His dedication helped CliftonLarsonAllen win the 2011 Corporate Member of the Year award. He is an associate board member of the Peoria Riverfront Museum and has helped coordinate several United Way food drives and the CPA Day of Service.
Woiwode has volunteered for the Peoria Park District and Junior Achievement, and helped raise funds for organizations like Neighborhood House and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus Guardian of the Redeemer Council, the St. Joseph Newman Alumni Board and the St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Parish Finance Council. iBi