Courtney Sparks White business valuation experience encompasses a wide range of industries. She has completed or contributed to hundreds of valuation engagements for numerous purposes, including estate and gift taxation; ESOPs; marital dissolutions; buy-sell agreements; mergers and acquisitions; Subchapter-C-to–Subchapter-S conversions; and other tax, corporate, and litigation related matters. She has experience valuing businesses and business interests in many industries including, but not limited to: automotive, construction, food service, distribution, financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, insurance, retail, and transportation.
Ms. White’s forensic accounting and litigation advisory experience includes providing expert and consulting services regarding shareholder disputes, contract disputes, business interruption claims (damages and lost profits), wrongful termination, and financial aspects of family law matters (determination of income, identification of assets, separate property tracing, etc.).
Ms. White received her JD and LLM in taxation from Capital University Law School. During law school, she was a member of the law review as a staff member (2007–2008) and as an executive board member (2008–2009). She received a bachelor of arts in Mathematics from Vanderbilt University with a minor in Financial Economics. She was an Academic All-SEC in 2000 as a member of the Vanderbilt Women’s Golf Team.
Ms. White is an Accredited Senior Appraiser with the American Society of Appraisers, a Certified Valuation Analyst® with the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts™ (NACVA®), a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Columbus Bar Association. She also maintains active registration status with the Supreme Court of Ohio through compliance with continuing legal education requirements.
She is also a current member of the NACVA Executive Advisory Board, a former co-editor in chief of the Around the Valuation World monthly webzine, a past member and chair of the Valuation Credentialing Board of the NACVA, a board member (2011 to present) of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Franklin County, and a trustee (2013 to present) of Kids n’ Kamp.