Sacramento (July 2022) – Woodland resident Marcus Ullrich has joined the board of directors for the California Capital Region Foundation that invests and distributes funds for the benefit of the local United Way chapter that is working to end poverty for local families, starting in school. Ullrich is a partner in the Woodland-based firm Ullrich Delevati CPAs that he founded in 1980. The firm specializes in taxation and accounting services for individuals and small businesses.
“I believe my experience as a CPA, along with my involvement with many not-for-profit organizations in the roles of president and treasurer, provide the financial experience and sound judgment to contribute to the long-term viability of the foundation,” Ullrich said.
Ullrich has more than 40 years of experience as a practicing Certified Public Accountant. He specializes in agricultural accounting, mergers and acquisitions, offers-in-compromise, business valuation, strategic planning, historic rehabilitation projects and business consulting. He holds an MBA in tax from Golden Gate University, and a bachelor’s degree in business administration and accounting from the University of Nevada at Reno.
Ullrich is a longtime Woodland volunteer, serving as president of the Woodland Chamber of Commerce, treasurer of the Woodland Healthcare Foundation, board member of United Way California Capital Region and committee member of the Community Service Area for the Wildwings community.
United Way California Capital Region has been working to fight poverty for nearly 100 years by creating stronger, healthier, more compassionate communities, now serving Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties. The local United Way has found one place in each community to reach the most families in need: School is square one for ending family poverty. United Way uses its Square One approach to end poverty for local families by helping children excel in school, investing in families, and strengthening schools with resources to address increased poverty and deep roots of racial inequality. www.YourLocalUnitedWay.org