Pam J. Eggert, CPA


Pam J. Eggert

I am inspired by helping my clients and my coworkers at Eide Bailly. I feel great satisfaction when I can walk away from a client or coworker knowing I helped them solve their problem. It can come with challenges and hard work, but it provides the greatest sense of accomplishment.


Pam joined Eide Bailly in 2006 and her public accounting experience extends to a variety of clients, primarily including nonprofit organizations, affordable housing projects, and general commercial companies. Pam helps her clients implement new and upcoming standards that have an impact on their organizations. Throughout the audit, she helps oversee the process from beginning to end and serves as a resource for clients.

Pam works closely with her clients to understand their organizations and to ensure their company is staying up to date with ever-changing requirements. With Pam, you can expect a hands-on approach and timely service, so you can focus on achieving your goals.

Outside of providing audit work to her clients, Pam can be found spending her free time with her family. This mostly involves spending time outside, watching Disney movies, and chasing her 2 little boys.



  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Member
  • Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants, Member


  • Certified Public Accountant


  • Bachelor of Accountancy – University of North Dakota, Grand Forks
  • Bachelor of Finance – University of North Dakota, Grand Forks


Client Work

  • Serves as the partner and key client contact for a variety of engagements, including audits, reviews and compilations. Also performs audits in accordance with Uniform Guidance (single audits) and HUD requirements.
  • Reviews internal controls and assesses the risk of fraud for identified weaknesses. Recommends improvements to management and those charged with governance.
  • Communicates audit results through reports and presentations to management, audit committees and board of directors.
  • Chair of the firm's Nonprofit Technical Issues Committee. Responsibilities include leading the committee and addressing issues in the nonprofit industry as well as researching standards that will become effective for nonprofits in the coming years.


Community Involvement

  • Arizona Animal Welfare League, President