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Ali Maloy

Ali Maloy, CPA, says she’s always had a passion for helping others improve their financial lives.

“If someone’s financial life is in good working order, then that person can focus on the people and pursuits that are truly important to them,” she said.

As a skilled CPA, Maloy also has a knack for explaining complicated accounting and tax issues to clients in words and visuals they can understand. To do so, she creates financial report dashboards that “bring the numbers to life” for her clients.

Maloy currently leads the Client Accounting Services division, which focuses on helping businesses and non-profit organizations succeed by taking the Accounting burden off their plates so they can focus more time on growing their businesses and expanding their programs.

Before joining Bland & Associates, she worked in audit-based roles at KPMG, Jones Lang LaSalle, Hyatt Corporation, ConAgra Foods, and Farm Credit Services of America.  In 2010, Maloy established an outsourced accounting practice called Lone Tree Accounting, which merged into Bland & Associates in 2016.

She grew up in Omaha and graduated from Omaha North High School. She earned a BS in Accounting and Business Administration in 2001 and an MS in Accounting and Information Systems in 2002, both from the University of Kansas.  She has held an active CPA license since 2004.


Technical Experience

  • Financial audits, reviews, and compilations
  • Small business accounting
  • Nonprofit accounting
  • Cloud accounting
  • Integrating business process platforms
  • Designing accounting systems and business processes

Ali’s Disclosures

icon_row-team I was a starboard rower on the womens’ crew team when I attended the University of Kansas.
icon_passport I lived in northern Italy for two semesters during college and explored every corner of Europe.
icon_movie My favorite movie is The Shawshank Redemption, and I think it’s because the main character is an accountant.


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