Bernard Robinson & Co. LLP began in 1947 when Bernard (“Bernie”) Robinson, former Assistant District Director for the IRS, opened his office in downtown Greensboro. Bernie was diligent in his intent to deliver unparalleled client service. He built a legacy by bringing others into the firm who shared that same passion for making clients expect to receive the unexpected by delivering exceptional value. Now in the firm’s 70th milestone year, BRC’s focus has been consistent with Bernie’s initial vision. A client service driven firm that strives simply to be the best at exceeding our clients’ expectations.

At BRC, our approach and culture are truly unique. We have a strong foundation and display our roots as an enduring values-based organization. We are an authentic firm with superior communication skills tied to our technical abilities. We lead with our client service capabilities which have fueled double-digit growth and marketplace expansion over the last several years.

BRC currently has 130 employees: including 17 partners and 2 principals. All partners & employees live and work among our 3 office locations: Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and Raleigh.

Recent Accolades include: 2017 100 Best Accounting Firms to Work For by Accounting Today, 2017 Best Employers in North Carolina – Listed as “#1 Best Employer” for 2017, Triad Business Journal’s “40 under 40” – (Winners each year: 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017), 2016 Outstanding Women in Business Honoree, 2016 NAIOP NC – Person of the Year, Ranking #3 among “Largest Triad CPA Firms” by the Triad Business Journal.

Front Row (left to right):

Lory Kelley, Partner – Bernard Robinson & Company, L.L.P.
Richard Brooks, Director of Sales and Marketing – Twin City Quarter
Tracey Flynn Martin, Partner – Bernard Robinson & Company, L.L.P.
James Connolly, Partner – Bernard Robinson & Company, L.L.P.

Second Row (left to right):

Gayle Anderson, President & CEO – Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce
Rodessa Mitchell, Vice President, Education & Workforce Development – Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce
Jill Atherton, Vice President, Economic & Community Development – Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce