Matt Becker, CPA, Business Development Executive

Matt Becker, CPA Business Development Executive

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Contact

Phone: 6153092407
matt.becker@lbmc.com

Location

Nashville

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In his role as Business Development Executive, Matt will utilize his entrepreneurial expertise to grow LBMC’s business by serving the needs of client owners and executives. He has spent the last thirty-plus years working in the Big 4 as a CPA, running his own search and staffing business and providing needed services to companies in an entrepreneurial capacity. The LBMC platform and Matt’s experience will mesh to help deliver on the firm’s brand promise to make good businesses better and grow their value.

Matt served on the Junior Achievement of South Florida Board of Directors for 28 years, carried the Olympic Torch in the Relay for the 1996 Olympics, won the South Florida Business Journal’s Small Business of the Year Award, and also won the Jeanne Bellamy Award for providing advancement opportunities for women.

Outside the Office

Matt resides in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, with his wife Sue.

Their oldest son Matthew is married to Stephanie. They live in the Boston area with their 2 amazing daughters.   Matthew runs a 200,000 square foot distribution facility for Andersen Windows.

Their daughter Kathryn is married to Radhi. They live in Mt. Juliet with their tremendous daughter. Kathryn is Director of Analytics at HCA.

Their youngest son Ryan is married to Kirsten. Ryan is the tight ends coach at ETSU in Johnson City.

When not at work, you can find Matt trying all the new and interesting restaurants Nashville has to offer, hiking to Tennessee’s many waterfalls, checking out writer’s rounds, playing basketball in leagues around town, or chasing the little white ball around the golf course.

Education

  • Canisius College, Bachelors of Science in Accounting
“I think it is an immutable law in business that words are words, explanations are explanations, promises are promises, but only performance is reality.”
Harold Green