About: Shawn Stoller

A Business Consultant with three decades of experience, Shawn Stoller began his career in business after completing his undergraduate education at Seattle University. In 1981, he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. Mr. Stoller worked his way through his college years as an athletic trainer with the women’s basketball and volleyball teams. Before graduating, Shawn Stoller had earned the title of Head Trainer of the Men’s Division I Basketball Team, a position that allowed him to travel throughout the country with the team.

During his final year at Seattle University, Shawn Stoller also worked with accounting firm Knight Vale & Gregory (KVG). In addition to maintaining a full college course load, he worked full time for KVG during tax season. Upon graduation, Mr. Stoller was transferred to the firm’s Tacoma office, where he performed audits of such companies as Concrete Tech, Russell Investment Group, and the Tacoma News Tribune.

In 1984, Shawn Stoller founded Stoller and Company, an accounting firm. After moving through several partnerships over the years, the firm rebranded to become Eastside Accountants in 2011. Today, Mr. Stoller provides financial coaching and business consulting services to a wide client base. These services include tax planning, bookkeeping, business strategy for startups as well as ongoing concerns, and estate and retirement planning.

In addition to his work with Eastside Accountants, Shawn Stoller also serves as an advisor and Director for several corporations. He also serves as the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Grandview Enterprises, Inc., a refrigerated trucking company based in Vancouver, Washington.

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