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Meet the Associate: Donna London

January 06, 2022


Donna London is a Senior accountant and has been with Davis and Hodgdon CPAs for 3 years. She is a member of the tax team, as well as the Convergent accounting team. Donna has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Champlain College, with a focus on accounting. She also has an Associate’s degree in business management from the Community College of Vermont, and an accounting certificate from Champlain College.

When Donna is not working, she enjoys being active. In the summer months you will find her at Lake Bomoseen kayaking, swimming or paddle boarding with her family. She also loves hiking with friends and participating in Spartan Races.

Q & A with Donna London

What is something on your bucket list?
One of the items on my list is to go on a cross country road trip with my family and stopping along the way at different restaurants and local attractions.

If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
I would love to learn how to rock climb. My goal after the coming tax season is to take some classes since I don’t personally know anyone who rock climbs.

What can you be found doing when not working?
When I am not working I also enjoy camping. I love taking camping trips with friends and family spending time around the fire cooking and in the woods exploring. I would like to buy a popup camper in the next year or so to make it easier to pick up and go camping with my son, but I would also like to spend some time backpacking.


Anything else fun you would like people to know?
When I was at CCV I took my first accounting course and realized how much I enjoy accounting. After that I took all of the accounting courses that were allowable with my degree. The part of my job that I like the best is working with people to help them with questions on their small businesses or personal returns so they feel like they have the information they need. Taxes can be overwhelming, and I enjoy taking the time to walk through questions with people.