It seems Doug Lovett was destined for accounting. One of four brothers (three of whom became CPAs), Doug has always demonstrated an affinity for anything logical, analytical, or practical – needless to say, accounting was a perfect fit. Beyond the family connection, accounting gives Doug the opportunity to be at the service of others. He loves being a resource for his clients, connecting them with sources of support both personally and professionally. Doug doesn’t mind taking his work out of the office, whether that means writing thought leadership pieces or teaching courses on financial management for auto dealerships. Putting himself in the role of “broker of services” comes from insight he gained as a younger professional, and is wisdom he readily shares with those he mentors. “What I truly enjoy is solving challenges for real people.”

Professional Organizations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Oregon Society of Certified Public Accountants Technology Committee, Past Chair Future Issues Committee, Past Member

Auto Team America

CPA Auto Dealers Consulting Association, Past President


Japanese Garden Society of Oregon, Treasurer
The Deschutes Club, Treasurer
Girl Scouts, Columbia River Council, Past Board Member
Portland Sapporo Sister City Association, Past President


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, University of Washington, 1984

Key To Success

“Since change is a constant, you should be a change agent for the good of the communities that matter most to you.”


Inventory accounting


Non-profit organizations