Damore, Hamric & Schneider, Inc.

To grow but never lose the local identity and personal relationship with clients that are the foundation of our practice.

A professional accounting firm must be many things to its clientele.  A management and financial advisor, a business consultant, an investment counselor and a tax and pension planner, in addition to providing the traditional accounting, auditing and tax services.  With many years of experience in the accounting field, the professionals at the Firm have proven their ability to do a job and are highly respected throughout the area.  Through our continuing education in this rapidly changing field and in modern computer technology, the Firm is able to provide just the right combination of consulting services, accounting skills and tax expertise for a large variety of businesses and other organizations.

Damore, Hamric & Schneider, Inc. is one of the greater Sacramento area’s largest accounting and tax preparation firms. 

Our firm is devoted to quality, and we have taken extra steps to assure that we meet the highest professional standards of quality.  All members of our professional staff receive extensive continuing education to keep abreast of current accounting, auditing, review and tax issues.

Marta J. Williams, CPA

Marta J. Williams, CPA

President/Treasurer

Academic and Professional Credentials
  • Bachelor of Science with Honors, Accounting, University of Wyoming
  • Certified Public Accountant, California license
Position and Experience
  • Managing Principal, Damore, Hamric & Schneider, Inc., CPAs. Over twenty-five years’ experience in public accounting.  Prior to current position, was the firm’s Audit Department manager.  All recent continuing education courses have been in the areas of government and not-for-profit auditing, and include coverage of GAGAS and Uniform Guidance.
Other Not-For-Profit Experience:
  • Served for three years as the Finance Director of Administration and Finance of a statewide nonprofit organization.
  • Conference presenter and instructor, various nonprofit topics, including: Nonprofit Cost Principles and Compliance in accordance with Title 2 U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance) Budgeting for Proposed Grants, Internal Controls at Small Organizations, Responsibilities of the Executive Director and Board of Directors
  • Williams' area of specialization is not-for-profit and governmental auditing and consulting. Services provided to these entities, in addition to auditing, include: preparation of cost allocation plans, operational reviews and internal control studies, design and implementation, and grant accounting and monitoring.
Professional Affiliations
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • California Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • Soroptimist International Sacramento North
  • Past Board member and Treasurer - International Association for the Advancement of Steam Power
  • Past Board member and Treasurer - The Effort, Inc., a California nonprofit organization