Diamond Reynolds, CPA is a native Detroiter and graduated from Martin Luther King Jr., Sr. High School. She began her career in public accounting in 2013 and became a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Michigan in January 2016. Diamond has an extensive background in for-profit and not-for-profit accounting, audit, and tax. Diamond formed her self-named CPA practice in May 2018.
No one has a passion for accounting like Diamond. Diamond wanted to be an accountant since the young age of 14 as a freshman in high school. She earned both her Bachelor's in Accounting and Master of Science in Accounting from Wayne State University.
Diamond serves on the Richard H. Austin Scholarship Advisory Committee which awards scholarships to underprivileged students who attended public schools in Wayne, Macomb, & Oakland Counties and who enrolls into Wayne State University as Accounting majors. She is a member of the AICPA and the MICPA. Diamond also volunteers in the "Ask an Expert" program at TechTown Detroit. In Fall 2020, Diamond joined Wayne State University as an Accounting Professor at the Mike Ilitch School of Business.
Diamond has a passion for her community as well, volunteering at various local charities such as Gleaners Food Bank, Enjoy Detroit, and Capuchin Kitchen. In addition, every holiday season, Diamond collects unwanted clothes and shoes for women and children from family and friends and donates them to Alternatives for Girls, her favorite nonprofit. Diamond also sponsors an annual charity basketball game that benefits survivors of domestic violence and sex trafficking.
Wayne State University - Master of Science in Accounting
Wayne State University - Bachelor of Science in Accounting
For-Profit and Not-For-Profit accounting, audit, and tax.
Research and teaching interests
Courses taught by Diamond Reynolds
Winter Term 2024 (current)
Fall Term 2023
Winter Term 2023
Fall Term 2022
Spring-Summer Term 2022