Todd Neville, CPA
Managing Member at Neville Wainio, CPAs
Indiana University Bloomington
Bachelor of Science, Business with a concentration in Accounting
Todd Neville is the Managing Partner of the Neville Wainio CPAs. Todd graduated from Indiana University Bloomington and began his career as a certified public accountant auditing hedge funds and non-profits in Chicago, Illinois. In 1999, he returned to St. Augustine to work with the CPAs he had interned with while in college. He was promoted to partner shortly thereafter.
His career focus has been predominantly on the assurance side of the practice where he was an audit partner from 2003 through 2011. In 2012, he took over the role of managing partner and has migrated his focus to client and practice management. His experience is in the following niches:
- Closely-held businesses (i.e. manufacturing, distribution and marketing, government contracting, etc.)
- Physicians and physicians’ groups
- Non-profit organizations
- Common interest realty organizations (i.e. homeowner and condominium associations)
Todd is an active leader in the community through his current service as a City Commissioner of the City of St. Augustine and Board of Director of Flagler Hospital. He is also the past Vice Chairman and Treasurer of St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce and a past Advisory Committee Member of First Atlantic Bank. Todd has served as President of the St. Augustine Rotary Club, St. Augustine Young Professionals and Ancient City Road Runners and was the Treasurer of the Road Runners Club of America.
Todd believes in giving back to the community by providing leadership and education to the next generation. He served as a mentor in St. Johns County’s Take Stock in Children program, founded the Ancient City Road Runners Summer Running Camp and taught as a Pro Bono Adjunct Instructor of Accounting at Flagler College.
Todd is also a dedicated and accomplished amateur athlete. He finished with a personal best time of 2:30:12 in the 2009 Chicago Marathon and recently finished as the ninth amateur in his debut Ironman, with a time of 9:24. He qualified for the Hawaii Ironman with this performance and competed there in October, 2012.