Pamela L. Mudd (Pam) obtained her B.S. in Accounting from the University of Maryland in 1987. She graduated as the University of Maryland’s 1987 Class Valedictorian. Pam continued her pursuit of financial excellence receiving her Certified Public Accounting Degree (CPA) in 1988 and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER Professional certification in 1994. Pam is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Maryland Society of Accountants, Inc. and the Maryland Association of CPAs.

Ms. Mudd’s primary financial focus has always been in the field of taxation. She began her tax career 30 years ago, with the Bethesda based CPA firm of Stoy, Malone and Company. Here she developed a great reputation for her proficiency in taxation. Pam also developed a significant additional niche navigating through the tax pitfalls associated with nonresident aliens as well as the tax complexities for US citizens living abroad. In January of 2002 Stoy Malone and Company merged with Argy, Wiltse and Robinson. This merger allowed Pam the opportunity to experience the various financial tax challenges within a large CPA Firm. She exited this firm with substantial tax knowledge, while gaining invaluable CPA work experience.

In 2002, Pam left Argy, Wiltse and Robinson to join the firm of Sella & Martinic, LLC, Certified Public Accountants (S&M). S&M provides tax preparation and tax consulting services with a concentration in taxation for individuals, small businesses, estates and trust. Her career change to S&M was motivated by her desire to work in a “hands on” client environment. This new opportunity has allowed her the ability to work more closely with her clients, while being a proactive resource to their challenging tax needs.

Outside of work, Pam is a huge outdoor enthusiast. She enjoys gardening, motorcycling, and especially hiking with her beloved dog. She also plays on several indoor and outdoor volleyball leagues. Other passions include photography and reading.