Name: Kenneth W. Morris
Member since: 1999
Current BPM Position: Treasurer
The Treasurer is responsible for recording, depositing and issuing receipts for all monies collected. He receives all receipt payable invoices and issues two-signature checks, requiring either the President’s or Vice President’s
signature for payment of outstanding BPM debts. He maintains accurate records of duplicate checks and receipts issued, and provides them to the Comptroller on a monthly basis.
Additional Professional Information: Kenneth Morris graduated Cum Laud, from Morgan State University in May of 1984 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. While attending Morgan Kenneth worked part time for a local CPA, Bruce D. Royster. During his accounting career, Kenneth has held a number of accounting positions. Kenneth has worked as an Accountant for the William C. March Funeral Homes, in Baltimore Maryland. He has worked as an Accounting Supervisor for the Maryland General Hospital. He has worked as a Manager for the Accounting Firm of Abrams, Foster, Nole and Williams. Since 1994, Kenneth has been the Owner and Operator of his own Accounting Practice, now known as Kenneth W. Morris, CPA, P. A.Kenneth considers his Accounting Practice unique in that he merges old fashion craftsmanship with modern technology. From his North Baltimore office Kenneth is able to provide the full range of accounting services, including:
- Corporate and Individual Income Taxes
- Corporate Financial Statement Compilation and Reviews
- Corporate Financial Statement Audits
- Management Advisory Services
For the past ten years Kenneth has been a member of the Nonprofit Organization, Black Professional Men, Inc. (BPM). BPM mentors middle school aged boys and provides scholarships to young men entering college. The Mission of BPM is: “To Ensure the Future of the African American Male.”
Kenneth presently serves as Treasurer of BPM. In June 2011 the members of BPM voted Kenneth the 2011 BPM Man of the Year. Kenneth also serves on the Trustee Board of Calvary Baptist Church, where Dr. Stephen J. Russell, Jr. is the Pastor. Kenneth shares his accounting experience and expertise with the community at large by way of public speaking engagements and talk radio presentations. Kenneth has accepted speaking engagements at his alma matter Morgan State University (MSU), Coppin State University, Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore (WEB), the Baltimore City Branch NAACP and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 26 FCU. Kenneth has been the invited guest on radio programming at MSU Radio, WEAA and on the Radio One Station – WOLB.
Kenneth and his lovely wife, Joyce are the proud parents of two wonderful children.