Weber & Wendroff featured members of 2013 Class of 20 Prominent Patriots


weberchriswebChristopher T. Weber ’12 BS Accounting and ’12 BS Finance
Accountant and Financial Analyst


Christopher Weber is a 2012 School of Management graduate with dual degrees in accounting and finance. Upon graduation he began his career at ScienceLogic, a leading provider of IT operations and cloud management software, as an Accountant and Financial Analyst. He is also a firefighter with the Occoquan, Woodbridge, Lorton Volunteer Fire Department in Prince William County. Since 2011, Chris has volunteered over 1,100 hours annually between duty shifts and attending certification courses. His future plans include sitting for the CPA exam and returning to higher education for an MBA.


wendroffbrianwebBrian J. Wendroff ’04 BS Accounting
Managing Partner
Wendroff & Associates, LLC


Brian Wendroff is the managing partner and founder of Wendroff & Associates, CPA. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) who specializes in CFO consulting, small business and nonprofit accounting, startup companies, and tax planning for individuals and businesses. He is a member of the Virginia Society of CPAs Northern Chapter and is currently serving as the Chair of the Nonprofit committee. He is also an active member of the Arlington Chamber of Commerce.  Wendroff notes his favorite part of being a CPA is working with business owners to help them reach their organizational goals and create opportunities for growth.


Join Chris and Brian — Take your place among the Prominent Patriots in Business

Now Accepting Nominations for the Class of 2014


Deadline for nominations: June 30, 2014.

Questions? Contact Whitney Hanlin at or 703-993-1875.


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Whitney Hanlin

I serve as the Assistant Director of Advancement and Alumni Relations for George Mason University’s School of Business. In my role, I seek to connect alumni and friends of the School of Business with a variety of projects and initiatives in an effort to support the mission of George Mason University.

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