Wenli Wang
Partner
Partner in Charge, San Francisco and Walnut Creek offices
CPA

Biography

Wenli Wang is the partner in charge of the San Francisco and Walnut Creek locations of Moss Adams. As partner in charge, she is responsible for the locations’ brand building, culture, and the team’s growth and development.

Wenli was born and raised in China and immigrated to the United States after college. She leads the China team at Moss Adams and has built a vibrant practice in the cross-border space. Wenli serves as the cultural ambassador and business advisor for inbound China investors, and has built many long-term relationships over the years.

Since starting her public accounting career at Moss Adams over 20 years ago, Wenli has grown from a traditional tax advisor to a seasoned business consultant. She has taken various leadership positions within the firm and in the community. Wenli has served on the firm’s Tax Committee and Forum W Advisory Board, and currently sits on the firm’s Partner Admission Committee.

Wenli has been recognized on the San Francisco Business Times’ Most Influential Women (2015 and 2016), Working Mother’s Working Mother of the Year (2013), the Diversity Journal’s Women Worth Watching (2011) lists.

Wenli currently serves on the boards for Bay Area Council, Peking University Education Foundation – North America, and SFMade. She received her bachelor degree in English Language and Literature from Peking University, China and MBA in Taxation from California State University.

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Tax Section
  • Member, California Society of Certified Public Accountants, Committee on Taxation
  • Member, IRS Tax Practitioner Liaison, Northern California

Community Involvement

  • Board member, Peking University Education Foundation – North America
  • Board member, Bay Area Council
  • Board member and treasurer, SFMade

Education

  • BA, English language and literature, Peking University
  • MBA, taxation, California State University, East Bay