SALLIE MULLINS THOMPSON, CPA
In 1994, while in graduate school, Sallie Mullins Thompson started her business management
and financial consulting practice, providing services to small business owners in the areas of
accounting, taxation, budgeting, payroll, financial reporting, project management, retirement
planning, and administrative policies and procedures.
Prior to starting her consulting practice, Sallie spent 20 years with IBM in New York City and
Houston as a marketing representative, business systems analyst, and project manager. She
worked with Allmerica Financial in Houston in 1993 as a financial planner and investment advisor,
is licensed to sell insurance and investment products, and has managed financial assets for high-
net-worth individuals since 1994.
In May 2002 Sallie passed all four parts of the CPA on her first attempt and was awarded her
Texas CPA certificate in 2005. She received her MBA in Accounting from Houston Baptist
University in May 2001; holds a M. Ed in Guidance and Counseling from Florida Atlantic
University in Boca Raton, FL; and obtained her BA in Psychology, English, and Sociology, from
Sweet Briar College in Virginia.
When not working for profit, Sallie has served on the Board of the Greater Houston Chapter of the
National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), where she was a member since
1994 and held the positions of Treasurer, Governmental Affairs liaison, and chapter Public Policy
Rep. She joined the NAWBO NYC chapter in 2005, where she has been Vice President of
Governance and chair of the Audit and Nominating committees and is Treasurer for the 2008-09
At the national NAWBO level during the years 2004-06, Sallie was chair of the governing board of
the NAWBO PAC and served, ex-officio, on NAWBO’s national board of directors. Prior to that
period, for 3 years, she was the SW Region Public Policy Coordinator, where she monitored
NAWBO interests in the Taxation area. Additionally, she is a National Founding Partner of
Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP). She was previously a member of the Greater Southwest
Houston Chamber of Commerce where she co-chaired its Governmental Affairs task force.
Sallie won national NAWBO’s Bridge Builder award in 2004 and was the Houston chapter’s
Woman of Excellence for that same year. In February 2003, Sallie was presented the Chapter
Public Policy Advocate of the Year award at NAWBO’s annual Public Policy Days. She is the
2002 recipient of the SBA Houston District Home-based Business Advocate award.
Currently, Sallie is Treasurer of the 100 Bank Street Owners Corp. She is also a trustee on the
board of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, Inc. where she serves as Treasurer and chair of the
Governance committee. Sallie was Director, Treasurer, and Business Manager for her
homeowners association from 1995 until May 2001. From 1995 until 1999, she was on the Board
of Directors and Chairperson of the Finance and Administration Committee at ESCAPE Family
Resource Center. She has been a member of the National Junior Leagues of Houston, New York
City, and Palm Beach, Florida since 1966. Her other volunteer experiences include United Way
and Houston SPCA.
Sallie’s personal interests are exercising, recycling, and public policy issues that impact women-
owned businesses. She is the proud mother of her daughter, Kathryn, who lives in Washington,
DC. In 2005, Sallie, after 30 years in Houston, moved back to NYC where she lives in the West
Village with her adorable cat, Tiger, and her husband, Ralph.
100 Bank Street #5F, New York, NY 10014
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