For nearly three decades, Milton Westray has used his knowledge, expertise and experience to assist nonprofit organizations with the many facets of accounting and business planning in order to help them achieve their mission and program goals. Milton is currently a consultant with Schultz & Williams working on clients including the Choir School of Delaware and Burlington County Historical Society.

Milton chose to work within the nonprofit sector and fulfill his life’s mission of assisting organizations with their financial aspirations and financial plans. He has worked as a controller and finance director for nonprofit organizations, helping them achieve their financial reporting, grant tracking and mission-based goals. Prior to launching his consultancy, Milton worked at a Hillel-based organization, a museum and for a major fiscal agent for the city of Philadelphia.

Milton holds a master’s in accounting and financial management from the Keller Graduate School of Management and a bachelor’s degree from Devry University.

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